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Fragile Shelter

Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan
by Hidemi Nishida

Japanese artist and designer Hidemi Nishida has completed 'Fragile Shelter', a temporary winter structure located deep in the forest in Sapporo, Japan. Modest and gentle, the building looks to bring people together in an empathetic and unlikely space which will leave no evidence of its existence..

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Working with Refugee Housing and the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR), the IKEA Foundation has funded the development and manufacturing of a new modular shelter to be used in refugee camps.

Refugee Housing and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Innovation team have been..

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This 1,000 square-foot (93 square-metre) holiday cabin is designed as a simple steel box on stilts. The design is derived from the environmental conditions of the area. Being situated near a river on a floodplain, the building is therefore designed to be completely shuttered when not in use...

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Paper House

Kobe, Japan
by Shigeru Ban

Paper house is a creation by Shigeru Ban to provide a temporary home (16 square meters) to several victims of the Kobe earthquake. Later they were also built in India and Turkey. These houses could be easily constructed. As foundations cases of beer (lent by the beer company) filled with sand..

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The Cockpit

River Fal, United Kingdom
by Team 4

The Cockpit is the first professional project of Team 4. Constructed between 1963 and 1964, it consists of a shelter. This Cockpit, situated on a peninsula overlooking the mouth of the River Fal is posed by the team as a true architectural object clearly organized, where integration is allied..

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