Designed by non-profit organization Billion Bricks, the 'WeatherHYDE' outside tent is intended to provide a solution for the homeless that can be utilized year-round. One of the biggest issues for those that are homeless is surviving winter temperatures that can quickly make it impossible to live outdoors. The 'WeatherHYDE' combats this with a reversible design that helps reflect body heat inside during winter and be reversed in summer to help reflect the sun's rays to keep the interior space cooler.
The 'WeatherHYDE' outside tent is capable of accommodating up to three children and two adults inside the small waterproof dwelling. Billion Bricks is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to help get the tents into the hands of those that need them most.
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