This is Lifeshelter Denmark: a durable and fire-resistant shelter solution out of Denmark.
It’s a structure designed to help house refugees and the displaced, as well as for use as a classroom, work area, clinic, and more. Check it out!
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Durable, Fire-Resistant Lifeshelter Solutions
Although not practical as a full time living space I thought you’d still enjoy seeing these B-and-BEE Stackable Micro Shelters because they’re interesting and can be useful in lots of different situations.
They were created by Belgian designers/supporters at Archilles Design, One Small Step, Compaan, and Labeur as a way for people to better enjoy festivals. But as soon as I saw them I thought how they can also be used as emergency shelters, napping pods, ‘glamping’, camping, and more.
And it’s all put together and stacked using a ‘honeycomb shelter’ design. They’re easy to set up and can be stacked four high with a staircase system added for upstairs access.
B-and-BEE Stackable Micro Shelters
Images: Archilles Design