Students Build Disaster Shelter

Tallahassee tells MHProNews two University of South Florida architect students have designed an extruded aluminum disaster shelter that snaps together and is easily transportable. The main structural members can have conduit running through them, and the roof channels direct water to a tank at the rear of the modular unit. Termed Ablenook, the structure has an adjustable footprint which would preclude a level space; and modules can be added on for a kitchen, bath, additional bedrooms, etc. Jason Ross and Sean Verdecia hope the popular fund raising site KickStarter will fund a second prototype. Long range they envision the design being used for modular homes, business annexes, and classrooms.

(Image credit: A J. Hurley/Tallahassee)

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