Emergency shelter paper wall
Canadian studio Molo has designed a system of paper partitions that provide privacy at shelters in the wake of a disaster called Softshelter. The walls create a sense of community and personal space despite the bleak conditions of emergency shelters.
Like an accordion, the kraft paper walls can expand and contract until they meet the edge of another wall.The walls are joined together by detachable magnetic panels and therefore require only a few people to assemble with minimal instructions and no tools.
Source: dezeen.comAdded: 14 November 2011