Ootro eStudio has created Helix Shelter, a temporary habitat for outdoor made out of recycled cardboard. This tiny shelter can be handy when you need temporary place on your outdoor adventures, these laser-cut cardboard pyramids are designed with holes in their corners to allow you to peek from the inside. It’s not just drawing or rendered images, the company has built a prototype for testing, it can be used as a space for rest and contemplation. The company claims that this structure can be easily installed by a single person.
Born as independent initiative, Helix Shelter aims to create a relationship between individual and the landscape. This compact structure or you can say a micro architecture can be installed without destructing its natural surroundings, it can be an intermediary between observer and the observed. However, we don’t think it is meant for location with extreme weathers.
Each piece of this construction has been designed in a way that doesn’t exceed maximum size that can be easily managed by one person. The connection between pyramids is created through folds and flaps, no glue needed in the process. Just like a snail shell, you can configure your individual space easily.
From : Ootro eStudio