Gallery: Cardborigami Pop-Up Shelters Create Instant Space for Homeless...

With painted customization on the exterior of the structure’s folds, the Cardborigami fits in seamlessly in outdoor concerts or festivals, giving attendees a place to sleep without lugging tent poles and tools.

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  1. tabaleao June 3, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    Oscar Niemeyer said something like:
    \”I must confess, I am getting tired of talking about architecture. The subjects begin to repeat, it\’s the same talk, the same questions. More important than architecture is to be ready to fight, to go outside and protest, that\’s what really matters, if you feel good, feel that you are not a creep, you came here to be usefull.\”

    Isn\’t it great that we, architects (and/or designers), find solutions for the problem of homeless people, not fighting the lack of world equalness but designing cute and pretty card houses?… Everytime I see a \’solution\’ for homeless people of this kind, my heart breaks.

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