The conceptual 'Lattice Tent' works to provide a very solid shelter for humans in the event of an emergency, while also being functional once it has been used for its intended purpose.
The tent features a lattice design (hence the name), which will provide a strong framework for equipment to be used on top including a radio antenna or rain-harvesting system. The exterior of the walls are made from an eco-friendly membrane that will allow plant life to break through once the tent is no longer needed as a shelter. The process only requires that a handful of seeds be tossed into it to start the growing process.
The 'Lattice Tent' is the design work of Rodney Adank, Andrew Drain, Michael Jones, Sam McCafferty and Lachlan McIntyre.
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- By: Michael HemsworthNov 29, 2017