Life Cube: An Emergency Shelter That Saves Time In Setting Up

When disaster comes, emergency shelters are the only tool that rescue operation must have in standby, for here is where victims can feel safe and comfortable. When designing an emergency shelter, it important to consider the environment. Designing with sustainability in mind is the produces eco-friendly products like the Life Cube. Aside from its ability to allow you to save on energy for assembly, because of its 5-minute assembly requirement, the Life Cube is packed using a recycled plastic container. This eco-friendly emergency shelter contains the basic post-disaster needs like food, water, battery, lights, radio and more making this concepts worth waiting for in the market.

Life Cube

Life Cube

Installing the 144sq ft shelter is easy. The moment it arrived in a crate that is made from post-consumer recycled plastic shipping pallets, the shelter will then be unrolled and the CO2 canister that is included in the pack will inflate the inflatable canopy that is tear-proof and fire-retardant. Made from polyester fabric, the Life Cube’s canopy has the ability to withstand winds with speed up to 50 mph. For bigger number of occupants, they can lined-up multiple shelters by sipping together through the shelter’s three doors. Along with the shelter are equipments needed in a home and this include solar panel trickle charger. Aside from being an emergency shelter, Life Cube can also be a perfect for outdoor events.

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Life Cube

Source: Life Cube via Inhabitat


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