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ReciproBoo

practical shelter innovation for disaster relief

Emergency shelter

Design_2

This is the most basic shelter
that can be easily elevated and
extended to increase living space.

Steel frame shelter

Bamboo frame shelter

this one

Emergency shelter with end tarpaulin removed to show inner frame roof.

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Emergency shelter with first tapaulin being pulled over frame.

This emergency shelter can be set up in 30 minutes.

Its purpose it to provide a basic but strong shelter that can be elevated and improved on during the first few days after a disaster.

The 15 square metres of covered floor space sleeps 4 adults.

This emergency shelter can be set up in 30 minutes.

Its purpose it to provide a basic but strong shelter that can be elevated and improved on during the first few days after a disaster.

The 15 square metres of covered floor space sleeps 4 adults.

Unlike an "A" frame tent it has a strong square reciprocal frame to support the tarpaulin at its centre where it is needed most.

Unlike an "A" frame tent it has a strong square reciprocal frame to support the tarpaulin at its centre where it is needed most.

In an urban disaster the shelter adaptsĀ to any
space by simply cutting poles to required length..

In an urban disaster the shelter adaptsĀ to any
space by simply adding or removing pole sections.

The kit is lightweight and easily carried.
( frame weight 7.6Kg )

Using only 7 bamboo poles it is lightweight and easily carried.

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