HOMELESS SHELTER by dfhdhdhdhjr

VIEWS: 7 PAGES: 12

									HOMELESS       Joe Williams
              DD1 Project 5
SHELTER    December 7, 2005
                   85% are single
                   77% are male
                   40% went 1 or more day in the last
                       month without food
                   71% are in central cities
                   34% have been homeless more than
                       3 times
                   30% report it has lasted more than
                       2 years
                   Earn an average of $348/month
                        barely half of the poverty level


HOMELESS SHELTER
 Research
                   as light as possible for portability
                   as small as possible for ease of
                        storage and transportation
                   capable of being delivered on a
                       standard flatbed tractor-trailer
                       truck
                   comfortable
                   capable of being mass-produced
                   capable of sleeping a minimum of
                       four
                   modular and interlinking (scaleable)
                   usable in urban parks as “city
                       sculpture”
HOMELESS SHELTER   comply with “sustainability” principals
 Requirements
                    plastic walls and center shower
HOMELESS SHELTER
 Initial Concepts
                    quad bench/bed unit
HOMELESS SHELTER
 Initial Concepts
                   convertible bench
HOMELESS SHELTER
 Week 2 Concepts
                   curved wall
HOMELESS SHELTER
Week 2 Concepts
                   fan leaf palm
HOMELESS SHELTER
Week 2 Concepts
                   day time position




HOMELESS SHELTER
 Final Design
                   night time position




HOMELESS SHELTER
 Final Design
                             Show how the object transforms in
                                 stages
                             Create montages by placing object in
                                 real scenarios
                             Finalize material and transportation
                                  options
                             Look in to sustainability options
                                 including power generation




HOMELESS SHELTER
 Additional Considerations

								
To top