Dylan Baker-Rice's Bamboo Micro-Housing Transitional Residence

Dylan Baker-Rice Designs The Bamboo Micro-Housing Transitional Residence

Dylan Baker-Rice, the designer of the award winning design Dylan Baker-Rice's Bamboo Micro-Housing Transitional Residence explains, Designed for the Hong Kong/ Shenzhen Biennale of 2013 the Bamboo Mirco-housing project is a form of transitional housing for the 280,000+ residents living in the city without permanent housing. Inexpensive, sustainable, quick to assemble, the micro-housing is proposed for the interior of industrial buildings in Hong Kong and similar cities throughout southeast Asia. It is envisaged as a temporary solution to house individuals, couple, and families as the seek permanent forms of housing utilising the disused industrial space in the city to provide housing..

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