[VIDEO] Hand-Made Tiny Survival Shelters

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Students with Serious DIY Skills…

 

Architecture students once again demonstrate that learning never gets wasted. The students of Taliesin (the famous Frank Lloyd Write architecture school) designed and built a little shanty shack at a remote survival location in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Check out these photos and be sure to catch the video on page 2.  Then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!

 

Students from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Taliesin West have designed and built “Little Shelters,” a collaborative project in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, as part of a design and build studio led by little maps.  The main objective was to utilise as many on-site resources as possible, but with a $2,000 budget from the school, the students purchased inexpensive materials from warehouses giving them the freedom to further explore their designs. Overall, the project took 12 weeks to complete, and led to the construction of two shared shelters and a gathering space.

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