THE BACK UP PLAN: BIG IDEAS FOR SMALL PLACES
DRESSING UP YOUR PREFAB BUNKIE’S
After the devastating earthquake hit the nation, many people began resorting to temporary structures for shelter. But because the calamity couldn’t be foreseen, people did not have the luxury of residing in proper shelters and had to suffice with any sort of roof over their heads.
Hopefully, the worst has passed and we are out of the woods. Nevertheless, having a backup plan never hurt anyone. So, to those who are looking forward to temporary, light structures, considering a pre-fabricated getaway would be the perfect backup plan to own a rather adorable Bunkie.
Although many people associate these homes to “Shelters”, the prefabs are seen as a burgeoning trend due to the exhilarating interior designs and its modernist architecture of all time.
OPEN FLOOR-PLAN ADAPTABILITY
Fold-down Beds and Fold-Out Furniture’s are recommended so that the structure can be easily converted between day and night use. Also include a still-minimal site footprint that creates a decent recreational deck area for comfortable indoor/ outdoor flow and living. This helps to wisely maximize the amount of functionality in the small area.
THE EXTERIOR APPEARANCE
These pre-fabricated structures are reflective of the conceptual goal, making it look more like an extruded home. It provides a neat effect that sets it apart visually from a conventional house. Hence, the demand for the prefabs has risen, as they have proved to be weather resilient and visually appealing. The durability of these prefab homes is also a recurrent attraction.
More importantly, the concrete footings form a stable are of non-invasive ‘foundation’, allowing the unit to situate on a wide range of ground conditions.
These might just be temporary structures or a backyard retreat for now, but if thought of in a larger scale, these innovations can lower the ricks and pave the way for a better architectural future for disaster prone countries with high seismic activities.
Over all, these structures leverages both architecture and furniture design by making a bold statement in form and function! It sure will look comfortable and be surprisingly spacious.