Project by Ábel Bálint
Supervised by Péter Pozsár
The shelter tent is trying to provide a solution for one of today's disaster: offering help to people who have lost their homes and are in need of temporary accommodation.
This shelter, which had inspired from a spatial lattice, gives solution for disasters where there is no time to build a new home for the people in such areas. It arrives to the camps in a ready-made form (it is collapsed) and does not need any proficiency to open it.
During the designing process the main aim was to create a shelter, which is mobile, light-weight and easy to use.
Sizes: 2.10m high, square-planned, each side is no more than 4m long. The standard ground plan is 16m2. The studs are 10 x 10 x 220cm. Usage: The opening and closing method of the shelter does not need any proficiency and max. 4 people are able to do it. The space is able to accommodate 4-5 people.