Designed by Tina Hovsepian in her fourth year at the USC School of Architecture, the “Cardborigami,” a shelter that is innovative functional, has grown into a non-profit organization to aid the homeless by providing temporary shelter. The shelters are recyclable, and they wear out after a month or two of use. Still, each Cardorigami is flame retardant, able to withstand high-winds, and can handle large spills of water after water-resistant treatment. The group plans to implement it’s program in a new homeless shelter in L.A.
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