Harvard Students Design Slovenian Alpine Shelter
Posted on September 09 2015
Its design originally caught our attention, but its creation really ended up standing out. Created by Harvard design students and OFIS Architects, the alpine shelter, built for climbers of Slovenia's Skuta Mountain, is actually a 3-part module that fits together (like a puzzle) for easy transportation and functionality. Each area is used for a different purpose (storage, socializing, sleeping) and when fastened together, can withstand the harsh conditions of the mountaintop. Check out more pics below and start polishing those skis - that time of year will be here before we know it.
Photography by Anze Cokl & Janez Martincic