Pine White Grove – Iteration 2

For the second iteration, the project team focused more on the development of the community building and on further developing the micro-unit. The redesign considerations focused on enhancing the user-experience and incorporating lessons learned from trauma-informed design studies. Team Members Ethan Frolov 3rd Year University of Oregon Architecture Major Andrew Garcia 5th Year Oregon State... Continue Reading →

Pine White Grove – Iteration 1

A community created for refugees who have been affected by a natural disaster. This community will focus on fostering a sense of safety and privacy for individuals facing troubling times. Residents of this community will not only experience the warmth of their temporary homes, but also become a part of an integrated environment with opportunities... Continue Reading →

River Road CoHo Village

Today, community is more important than ever. A diverse community of independent households, The River Road CoHo Village is a great place for people that are struggling to find a sense of belonging and purpose. The design of the micro units is set on the idea of prefabricated modular structures that can be easily assembled... Continue Reading →

The Grove – II

Background Eugene has one of the highest populations of unhoused people per capita in the country. Our goal in creating this community is to provide people with shelter by designing micro-units that can be quickly assembled and are made out of inexpensive, but durable materials. In this project we are striving to create community for... Continue Reading →

Riverpath Gardens: Second Iteration

Group 6: Nada Albader, William Ko, Sydney Palmer This multi-phase project aims to fill the need for emergency housing with rapidly deployable shelters alongside plans for future development to meet the needs of a permanent community. The first phase of emergency response includes the construction of small micro-units to serve as sleeping pods. Later, modular... Continue Reading →

Community For All

The community for all is intended to house refugees from many different situations: natural disaster survivors, the homeless, those who are escaping domestic violence and assault. This little community is trying to provide a secure, safe, and affordable housing options for people affected by such events. From the modular housing units to the large community... Continue Reading →

Theseus Community

After gaining inspiration from raw-wood precedents like the Roundwood House by Rural Studio, we have been developing a system for using timber poles in their most structural and natural form. The unique hollow steel tube connection inspired us to research more complex wood connections that we may employ. The system of constructing a canopy for... Continue Reading →

Riverwood Review 2

The Riverwood project is a Micro Unit housing intended to provide shelter for refugees. It is designed to be rapidly constructed and easily expandable. These units can be a temporary or permanent housing solution which overtime can be developed into an entire community. Units will be constructed to individual resident's needs, and overtime can be... Continue Reading →

Riverwood

The Riverwood micro-unit housing project is intended to provide shelter for refugees. It is designed to be rapidly constructed and easily expandable and showcases the use of our micro unit system. These units can be a temporary or permanent housing solution which overtime can be developed into an entire community. Units will be constructed to... Continue Reading →

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