Architects for Society has designed Hex House, a hexagonal temporary housing for refugees. There are natural and there are man-made catastrophic events, both can affect the living conditions of large population groups. It’s a common problem where refugees seek asylum across the globe, the team of Architects for Society has embarked on designing a building that provides solution and targets these populations by offering house designs that both dignified and cost effective.
These hexagonal houses have been designed in a way that it is low cost, sustainable, and can be rapidly deployed. Aside from that, each structure should be strong enough for long stay. The modular design allows it to be shipped in pieces and assembled by the end users. The basic components are galvanized tube steel for the base, while the walls are constructed of insulated metal panel, the floor and the roof can be customized with conventional interior and exterior finishes.
Designer : Architects for Society
Hex House : A Hexagonal Temporary Housing for Refugees is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design