This project, aiming to create both a modern urban furniture and also a temporary living space after an earthquake for countries located on a seismic belt, is also an urban furniture with a park concept in which people can have access to Wi-Fi Internet, can monitor daily developments, be informed about weather conditions, money markets etc.
Post disaster temporary living spaces are premises planned to be installed in areas that have a risk for natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, landslides etc., foreseeing to meet the basic needs of people for minimum 48 hours after a disaster.
The various equipment and food items incorporated in this park, which will become a temporary living space especially for seniors, disabled citizens and children after an earthquake, will prevent chaos after an earthquake. The system operates with alternative energy sources such as the wind and the sun.
• Living spaces after a disaster can be installed in 3 different manners as small scale, medium scale and large scale, depending on the settlement and intensity of the city.
• Living spaces after a disaster are installed in a manner that can be coordinated from a single center; communication infrastructures are suitable for this.
• Positioning living spaces after an earthquake in areas close to health institutions such as hospitals, community clinics etc., is significant for extending the response area of the hospital.