'he has a real talent and is waiting for the right opportunities to reveal his full potential'
Francesco Draisci's competition entry for a 'dream shelter' aims to provide homeless people with a warm place to stay. Hot air from the exhausts of underground ventilation systems is drawn into a large sack and used to heat a core room containing sleeping bunks. The structure is a standard scaffolding system. Cardboard tubes act as inlet and outlet ducts and the bubble is made from lightweight polyurethane foil.
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