Recovery Huts

We have talked about using Tiny Houses for homeless and emergency in the past.  I have often thought about using one of these solutions as a temporary shelter while building my full Tiny House, then using it as storage.  Check out some the other posts:  Exo House and The Red House. Today I found a new one that is kinda neat, so check it out!

As the world’s climate changes and natural disasters increase in frequency, versatile and quick-to-deploy emergency shelters can mean the difference between life and death for displaced populations. Seeking to provide for this need, Recovery Huts offers a line of instant shelters that can be set up in 30 minutes by a single person. Each shelter can be delivered in 4 stackable sections that weigh no more than 60 pounds each, and if the 85 sq. ft footprint of each hut is not enough for a household, extender sections enable an entire community of huts to be interconnected.


  1. This is a great idea! Much better than tents.

  2. I worked with the inventor on this project. These are much better than tents because they have a longer lifespan and can be easily sanitized for reuse.

  3. Less invention, more practicality. So far, the American is good at proposing, but does not deliver…squat. except, death, poison, and lies.

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