over, Shelter Union Exhibition will display alternative housing projects that incorporates parasitic architecture, islands made of waste materials, wheeled micro homes, tents suspended on trees as well as sleeping pods. With the help of an efficient steering committee, establishment of the necessary requirements is complete, and participants are encouraged to attend to learn new ideas and acquire alternative ways of solving issues related to inadequacy in housing. Introduced by architectural artists and through consultation by corporate bodies, development of the facilities is by a myriad of investor whose sole objective is to stimulate urban renewal by financially benefitting the residents of the given places. The common mission of this project is to introduce measures that abate the effects of ingrained poverty in favelas by proposing new ways of urban living.
The housing cost to most low-income earners especially in an urban setup is to say the least, unaffordable. Coupled with the fact the governments have failed to provide good planning strategies to address the issue of housing, this program aims to provide cheap and sustainable housing means, both for short- and long-term durations. It also adopts cheaper and reliable modes of interior designs that are equally appealing. Given their space utilization efficiency, these architectural innovations have the potential of solving long-standing tussles that involve public and private lands across major cities of the world.
Visitors to expect an array of selected experimental architectures whose formulation is based on different approaches that include sculptures, video photography, immersive installations, etc. The range of products includes new architectural strategies, non-conventional interior designs, new installation and performance designs, all of which incorporate non-traditional architectural practices.
Regarding the physical context of this exhibition, the experimental structures are of varying sizes, ...Show more