Max Berger
Max Berger Design
 The 80 square foot multi-storied dwelling is wrapped in weatherproof recycled billboard. When speaking with members of the homeless community, safety was their most important concern. Lofting the bed became Outlook’s defining feature.

Outlook — Homeless Shelter

Outlook is a prefabricated home for one person to live in, year-round, at Camp Take Notice, a self-governed community of homeless people in Michigan. The house can be assembled by a team of four in six hours. No piece weighs over 150lbs or is larger than 5’ x 12’. People with minimal to no construction experience can replicate this design. 

 The 80 square foot multi-storied dwelling is wrapped in weatherproof recycled billboard. When speaking with members of the homeless community, safety was their most important concern. Lofting the bed became Outlook’s defining feature.

The 80 square foot multi-storied dwelling is wrapped in weatherproof recycled billboard. When speaking with members of the homeless community, safety was their most important concern. Lofting the bed became Outlook’s defining feature.

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 Solar panels on the roof provide power and electricity while a a propane tank provides heat. In the summer, prevailing winds and a passive cooling system cools the shelter.

Solar panels on the roof provide power and electricity while a a propane tank provides heat. In the summer, prevailing winds and a passive cooling system cools the shelter.

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