This week Make Magazine is proving to be a fruitful source of tiny delusions. First, they introduced me to the Drain Pipe Hotel and now they’ve introduced me to Shelter 2.0, a long-term (yet, temporary?!) structure that can be assembled from flat-packed pieces.
For info on how they are assembled, look here: How does a Shelter go together?.
Or check out this youtube video of Makers making one.
I’m not sure I’m totally convinced of the practicality of these structures…but I guess they are easier to construct than a house and sure beat living in a tent.