Conrad Gargett were involved in designing an emergency shelter as part of Brisbane’s Emergency Shelter Exhibition. The shelter design comprises laser cut ply in manageable sizes and is assembled without the use of mechanical fixings. The cladding is based on the idea of shingles made of ply, translucent plastic and clear plastic to enable occupants to personalise their shelter and adapt it over time while the internal “bookcase” walls acts as a place to store retrieved items of value.
First Prize International Young Architects Ideas Awards and Exhibition
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