Add another potential cardboard creation to your list with the Carborigami. As we see the struggle of folks who are left homeless due to floods and quakes, these cardboard-based shelters could be a great alternative for them.
Designed to provide transitional shelter, the Carborigami Shelter was designed by Tina Hovespian which as you would guess takes inspiration from the Japanese art of Origami.
The Carborigami weighs 10.5 pounds and is capped by fire-retardant and water resistant coatings. It can be easily folded and put up inside a minute by only one person.
Still a prototype, the Carborigami may be another potential alternative to tents for the folks who frequent the outdoors don’t you think?