New York's OBRA Architects developed RED+HOUSING as housing for disaster relief. Made for temporary use, the structures uses methods that allow for quick construction, easy transport, and minimum waste...
"In China the project is proposed almost entirely in bamboo plywood, one of earth's most renewable of materials. The cover fabric can also be considered as woven out of waterproof bamboo fibers."
We're inspired by the design's beauty in the face of such stringent requirements. We figure, if temporary emergency housing can be made with such an eye toward good design, so can any home.
posted originally from: AT:New York