|Part of||Engr215 Introduction to Design|
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|Affiliations||Humboldt State University
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|Cite as Lonny Grafman (2021). "Engr215 World Shelters". Appropedia. Retrieved 2021-10-25.|
Students in Introduction to Design (Engr215), at Humboldt State University, worked with World Shelters to design and improve upon structures by leveraging the resources of Haiti and World Shelters during the Spring of 2010.
Simple SquareReduces the amount of unique connecting pieces needed to construct World Shelter's JAS Shelter. Rock Roots JASJAS Shelter retrofits to withstand a Class One hurricane. Make it Complete with PapercreteInner wall system incorporates the use of papercrete, a weatherproof and fire resistant material. Rubble to ResourceRubble trench foundations utilize rubble to rebuild Haiti. Bags of ShelterEarthbag shelter designed for use as a transitional shelter Titanium Sun ShieldPrimer and topcoat application over the polypropylene exterior of a WorldShelters temporary structure