Origami-Inspired Bamboo Houses

These folding houses by technology architect Ming Tang were designed in response to an earthquake in China that killed 69,000 and left millions homeless. Made of bamboo and covered with recycled paper these structures are lightweight, environmentally friendly and inexpensive to produce. These temporary homes can be pre-assembled in the factory, folded into a small package and loaded into a truck for transportation.


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