Architects for Society is a non-profit U.S. based firm that aims to raise funds on IndieGoGo to build a Hex House prototype and can partner with an engineering firms in Minneapolis and Frankfurt. Hex House is a convenient deployable habitat for catastrophic disaster victims. It is an easy to set-up, affordable and comfortable place designed as a disaster relief shelter. But it is different from other emergency shelters because Hex House is designed to be occupied as a long-term solution.
Delivered in pieces so that end users can easily assemble everything. It consists most of the basic amenities, a private shower and toilet, kitchen, separated sleeping areas and a living room to relax. Serve as a Hex base is a galvanized tube steel with SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) floor, roof and walls. Users can modify the interiors and exteriors with conventional designs. The 506 square feet shelters can be installed in convenient order and can be combined with other units to form a common yard or garden.