Emergency Shelter

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The canadian homelessness research network (CHRN) estimates that 30,000 citizens are homeless every night, and at least 200,000 experience the condition in any given year. this caused the toronto non-profit organization to take action, enlisting IK studio to produce a low-cost emergency shelter, one that would transcend social stigma or public blight and provide a place for recreation when constructed in parks and playgrounds.

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