Temporary shelters in humanitarian disaster areas need to be erected quickly and efficiently. An innovative Spanish architecture firm has come up with a way to make this happen using bamboo, fabric, shotcrete and drones!
This article featured in Fast Company magazine shows how the flexibility of shotcrete application methodology is an integral component of this creative solution to a real-world problem.
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This innovative method eliminates the need for expensive construction equipment and could be used, not only to create temporary shelters in humanitarian disaster areas, but also large structures in modern cities in the future, the designers say.
Another great shotcrete innovation to build upon for a better future!