Transgression Spatiale Offers a Way to Safely Experience Isolated Areas

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 16, 2013 • References: & industrialdesignserved
Especially for many modern humans without the skills, it's dangerous to venture out to remote areas of the earth that don't have readily available resources to keep you comfortable and offer aid. The Transgression Spatiale project is a mobile abode that can be set down in isolated landscapes, providing shelter and a range of invaluable tools.

Yoann Plourde recognizes that his self-sustaining dwelling would interrupt the sublimity of the untouched terrain; however, he argues that its presence would allow people the opportunity to traverse the topography and appreciate it. The hexagonal prism itself was inspired by the body of an insect, and Transgression Spatiale can be clustered in colonies for the organic establishment of research and adventurer communities. Stats for Remote Capsule Refuges Trending: Older & Mild
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