Life After Disaster – Module Soteria Homes



module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture
No matter where and when a disaster may strike, temporary home will be shortly provided for people in need thanks to Module Soteria designed by Volodya Domaretskii. Each station may be quickly assembled (even to a multi-story building) due to its modular design and may serve as a dwelling, hospital, school, communication centre and for other purposes. Transportation means of each module which is about the size of a shipping container may vary: modular hover chassis, tracked chassis, trailer platform, hybrid platform or road train. Due to its hybrid system that includes solar panels, wind powered generator or diesel engine there should be no problems with electricity in Module Soteria.
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module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

module soteria, emergency shelter, volodya domaretskii, futuristic architecture

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