Rafael Smith has designed the first high-density, multi-storey Emergency Shelter to meet the immediate shelter requirements created by disastrous events.
The collapsible flat pack design allows the shelter to be quickly transported by air, sea or land, and it can be assembled with just a few necessary tools. When the shelter is no longer needed, it can be dismantled, flat packed again, and moved on to the next disaster area.
Two or three separate rooms can be created in he Uber shelter, which offers people individual living space.
The uber shelter is stackable and it is made from recyclable and reusable materials.
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