The Pre-Fab AbleNook Offers Economical Disaster Relief Housing

By: Jordan M - Published: Feb 3, 2011 • References: ablenook
The pre-fab AbleNook is a flat-packable, reliable and efficient module structure designed by two university students named Jason Ross and Sean Verdecia.

Orginally designed as an effective form of disaster relief housing, the pre-fab AbleNook makes use of aluminum structural insulated panels that can be assembled easily and quickly. Also, because of their straightforward and economical design, AbleNooks can also be used for a multitude of purposes beyond disaster housing, such as makeshit classrooms, office spaces or even low-cost residences. Stats for Pre-Fab Flatpack Shelters Trending: Older & Warm
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