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C . L . I . N . I . C / healthcare after disaster

C . L  . I . N . I . C
C . L  . I . N . I . C

Natural disasters inevitably influence the lives of the general public. After the destruction of an earthquake, hurricane or flood, there are extensive casualties that need to be treated. However, they are lacking the required facilities to help the injured people.

“C.L.I.N.I.C” utilizes the ability to minimize the volume of a clinic. When the clinic is not in use, it has a thickness of 40cm. When it is needed, the clinic can be erected from a compact state in 4 easy steps to become a full size temporary treatment centre.

It reduces the difficulties and labour that run alongside transportation. Provide more first aid clinics in less time.


Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Yuguo Chen,
Hunan University