From Carter Williamson Architects in Sydney, Australia, comes this wonderful realization of what a “temporary shelter” can be.

From Arch Daily: “Arriving flat-packed, the Shelter can be assembled quickly and has the potential to make a significant difference when applied to a range of medium to long-term housing solutions… Most importantly, by providing refuge and security for families and communities in crisis.”

“Beyond emergency relief, the Shelter is known as Pavilion, a flexible module of space that could be used as a holiday house, a remote research laboratory… whatever can be conceived of in 37.5 sqm.”

We can think of many applications for a beautifully designed structure like this one. For more photos and schematics visit Carter Williamson Architects and Arch Daily.

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Images courtesy of Carter Williamson Architects and Arch Daily.

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