|Shelter Mk 2|
In response to the Shelter Centre's Transitional Shelter Standards Document 2009, MADDEL designed a second shelter that retained the benefits of the Mk.1, and also complied with the Standards set.
The Mk.2 Transitional Shelter is based on a common unit module that is joined together in clusters of 4, 5 or 6 units. The Triangular awning roof-panel extending from the rear of each unit forms a join with the awning roof-panels of adjoining units, creating a covered common area. As more units are added, the roof pitch of the covered area reduces, and the floor area increases.
MADDEL moved away from card-board as a material, and developed the design using Polypropylene core-flute board. Whilst recycled cardboard was attractive for it's environmental benefits, it was too heavy and required a more complex manufacturing process, which presented disadvantages in terms logistics and manufacturing output volumes.
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