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Great Solution for Homelessness: Sleeping Pods

Great Solution for Homelessness: Sleeping Pods
Burcu KAYMAK
Burcu KAYMAK
29/07/2015
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Sometimes people use a harsh voice of some big social problems like homelessness. An architect in London James Furzer come up with a great idea for solution of homelessness.

Furzer’s unattached sleeping pods idea is awarded which is designed for temporary shelters can be used overnight stay or some resting time during the day.

Furzer’s inspiration of the designing of those shelters after hearing peoples harsh comments about homeless people in London. Because he observing anti homeless reaction across the city for a while.

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There is no electricity in the pods but designer think that put the solar power if they needed. Also walls of the pods insulated , inside of the shelter is kind of a good living area because a bed fit into easily.

MANDATORY CREDIT: James Furzer/REX ShutterstockInside artistic impression of a parasitic pod Parasitic pods designed to help London?s homeless community, London, United Kingdom - 22 Jul 2015 FULL BODY: nano Architect James Furzer has designed static pods which could be  placed across London to give the city's homeless people shelter at night.   The pods, designed to be attached to the side of a building or structure,would be held up by two steel frames and raised above head level. The average person would be expected to stay for 4-8 hours, enough for an uninterrupted sleep. Access would be provided by a ladder. Furzer, an architectural technician from London, knows his design will not eradicate the capital's homeless problem but believes it's a step in the right direction.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

This design is awarded in Fakro’s  6th  annual Space for New Visions competition.

Like a every country homelessness is a become a huge problem according to information taken from  the government. In London, homeless people accounting for %27 of the all U.K

MANDATORY CREDIT: James Furzer/REX ShutterstockSingle elements of a parasitic pod Parasitic pods designed to help London?s homeless community, London, United Kingdom - 22 Jul 2015 FULL BODY: nano Architect James Furzer has designed static pods which could be  placed across London to give the city's homeless people shelter at night.   The pods, designed to be attached to the side of a building or structure,would be held up by two steel frames and raised above head level. The average person would be expected to stay for 4-8 hours, enough for an uninterrupted sleep. Access would be provided by a ladder. Furzer, an architectural technician from London, knows his design will not eradicate the capital's homeless problem but believes it's a step in the right direction.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

Jennifer Barnes from the Centrepoint homeless charity says about Furzer’s homeless shelter idea ”  “It’s really encouraging to see talented people like James focussed on tackling the growing problem of rough sleeping in the capital,”

Furzer also speaks Daily Mail he expresses their feelings like “The idea would be potentially for a pod like this to be donated to a homeless charity, who could monitor it for a select amount of evening hours,”  he just hopes his project become real and help the people with very comfortable solution.

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