Student | Evam Hryshko Faculty | Kevin Walz School of Design, Undergraduate Interior Design
A system of self-sustaining underground homes built from the structural skeleton of shipping containers. By reducing each home’s reliance on an unreliable supply of resources, these homes can supplement the lack of adequate infrastructure in rural communities. Designed to fit a range of topographic conditions, these homes are adaptable for a variety of environments. Each home can be customized through a series of structural units, allowing adaptation from both topography and client. Aggregated together, these homes create communities that can sustain themselves without relying on the systems that produced the conditions against which they react.