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Sue Chen
Interior Design 
- Portfolio Projects - 


in collaboration with ZEROPLUS


In the last few years UNHCR has recognised and now offers protection to “Internally Displaced Persons”. This is defined as being people who have not crossed a border to find safety but are still displaced from their home. However, protection is limited and certainly not perfect in addition to the fact that there are not enough resources to go around. (UNHCR, 2020)


Being able to provide a roof over the heads of your family in difficult times, as well as ensure their safety and survival is an essential part of keeping one’s dignity. Staying connected to your community and your culture is of provides a sense of stability and home, which is especially equally important for migrant families that have had to uproot their lives without warning. 

So, what if you could bring your home and community with you when you migrate?


Inspired by the pioneers of the wild west in America and the Romany Gypsies, the preliminary design concept incorporates the thinking behind these past lifestyles but reinvented for the 21st Century using modern products and technology.

The outcome: a self-sustaining roving home, featuring electric bicycles eliminating the need to rely upon expensive vehicles and fuel.​  The project involves Solar panel roofing to create your own electricity, a fully functioning tiny home includes a small bathroom and kitchenette as well as a dual purpose sleeping /living area and a secure family environment for safety & privacy.


Read more at ZeroPlus

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