An affordable, sustainable and easily transportable house designed specifically for use in the world’s disaster areas is ready to be rolled out for humanitarian use around the world and a prototype will be showcased at Nowra in rural New South Wales this week.
Designed by award winning Australian architecture practice CarterWilliamson, GRID house can be built if necessary in 3 and a half hours flat. It houses 8 to 10 people, and includes sustainable features like solar panels and natural light and airflow, and even a mezzanine level for sleeping and privacy. (Source)
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