Housing capsules for the homeless

Architect Sheil Patel designed the living pods to solve the problem of social housing. The project, powered by artificial intelligence powered by Midjourney, proposes creating modules for those who have lost their homes, which can be placed in unoccupied urban spaces.

Each capsule is completely autonomous. Residential modules offer privacy and comfort in all weather conditions. The architect thought about a sufficient level of natural light, the presence of ventilation, and a heating system. For the construction of capsules, Patel suggests using modern environmentally friendly materials that will not harm the environment and can serve for a long time.

Such modules could take up empty spaces next to infrastructure objects, such as under bridges, as in the project visualization. This solution can facilitate the construction and assembly processes, as well as offer housing to more people in need. The structures are also designed with energy efficiency in mind, with solar panels and rainwater harvesting systems to reduce their carbon footprint.

The architect also designed a state-of-the-art capsule security system. In addition, he proposes the establishment of social protection and medical care points near each commune, where residents could receive specialist advice if necessary. The project assumes universal solutions so that the capsules can be adapted to any space and assembled in any city in the world.

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