The multi-use shelter, conceptualized by design brand Duffy London, combines practicality and accessibility. It is supplied flat-packed for compactness, enabling 35 shelters to fit in a standard transit van, which is small enough to access hard-to-reach areas. This makes it extremely useful during natural disasters and emergency situations. Thanks to its practical design and ease of assembly, medical teams can use it for first-aid support.
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The Duffy Shelter is built from sustainably harvested wood with a variety of finishes. Handmade by in-house and local artisans, the structures are supplied in packages with shells that include walls, floor, legs, roof, windows, hatches and hinges. Although the company doesn’t supply the shelter in trailerform, the structure is easily converted into a mobile unit.
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Your information is incorrect Duffy Shelter do not make a trailer they only make the shelter. They say in their info that a trailer can be made but leaves that up to the customer. They make flat-pack shelters and other strange home/office furniture