The residents can assist to build their homes in 60 minutes or less.
The units can be disassembled and brought to Ukraine and used awaiting the reconstruction of their cities and villages.
The units can be dismantled, stored and utilized for future emergencies.
In determining the lay out and facilities of a village, the needs and well-being of the refugees are central. Although the location is temporary and they are away from home, they should be able to live a relatively normal life within the safe community of the village, where kids can go to school and play and adults can contribute to the community by performing some of the required tasks in the village.
An experienced Ukrainian architect will be engaged, to make sure the typical needs and way of life of Ukrainian refugees are understood and translated into the village design.
Local NGO’s or authorities will be asked to supervise the village applying international protocols. This goes beyond the mission of Emervill and can be done much better by local, experienced organisations.
Meeting UN Standards
Short installation time: around 60 minutes for a housing unit itself
Low-cost logistics, 6 housing units per 40’ container
Typical size of a unit is 26.9 sqm, bigger than most comparable systems
Local production possible, reducing costs and GHG emissions.