In this crazy world of climate extremes and tectonic “shake, rattle and rolling,” we humans have had to adapt to emergencies in a variety of ways. One of those ways includes emergency shelters. Of course, we have tents and community shelters as options. Tents are only so sturdy, and shelters can only hold so many people.
What’s one to do if we end up having a San Andreas moment, and require shelter for many at once?
The company i-Beam Design has answered that question with an innovative home made of pallets.
Best of all, it takes very little construction experience (you can buy plans here for $75), and can be constructed within a day with basic tools.