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Adapting Shelter / Homeless Shelter

Adapting Shelter
Adapting Shelter

Homeless sleep cycles were analyzed. Reference the thesis. Slightly different Seasonal, they didn’t sleep in one place, and should keep moving to other place. Their sleep was BROKEN. So, i'd like to complete their sleep. I think that they need to some step for adaption. Like the SleepBox, the Mini Capsule Room is not a solution for homeless housing, but it could be adapted for such a use. They have been homelessness life for a long time. So, step-by-step adapt to them from a FAMILIAR space to NORMAL space. It could be better. So, step1-they will be live capsule room, step2.-Single studio(it's called Jjock-bang(half room)),step3-Share room.

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Graduate school of architecture

Graduate school of architecture
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Gradueate School of Architecture

Gradueate School of Architecture
Seoul, South Korea

Kwak,wonchul