For any refugee out there who needs a place to call their own, can now rely on the ‘One Square Meter House.’ This inventive new design offers users personal space to utilize as a home, a place to sit in or a place to sleep.
Designed by Berlin-based architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel and intended to fit his refugee lifestyle, the One Square Meter House is a simple and affordable home for anyone. The structure measures exactly one square meter and is made out of a wooden frame and everyday materials, which can found at a local hardware store. The house can be flipped onto its side, creating a headrest out of the roof for a cozy napping position.
The structure can be used indoors or outdoors and the added wheels of the home allow for easy transportation so that you can make any place feel like home.
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