Victims who lost their homes is a common problem when it comes to natural calamities like hurricane, flashflood, typhoons, earthquakes and more. To minimize the heartache seeing those victims who sleeps un pleasantly on calamity areas, more and more designers have shared their talents in designing emergency shelters, and to minimize these calamities from happening, the shelters designed are sustainable. The Cardborigami is just a few of the eco-friendly shelters that will soon provide comfort to victims of natural disasters. Designed by architecture student Tine Hovsepian, the Cardborigami is inspired by the Japanese art of folding papers called origami. The cardborigami is a waterproof and flame-resistant structure made from corrugated cardboard.
Posts in this website may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link, your cost will be the same but our site will automatically receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting us!