Portalife Shelter For Disaster Situations



portable inflatable shelter
The Portalife Shelter has been designed by Lorenzo Mahchi Larach for emergency relief missions. It features solar-powered, inflatable and easily portable decision for temporary housing. The inflatable shelter activated with a single button is deployed without any external aid. The Portalife’s solar power system does not only charge the battery for its operations (like AC outlets and pump), but also provides three additional batteries to be used other tools and aid accessories. Among the advantages is also the air pockets insulation helping to trap the heat or to aid in cooling the shelter, and the modular possibilities letting organize Portalifes in groups of four.
Via: inhabitat.com
portable, solar-powered shelter

portable shelter


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