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Minneapolis architects create a tiny solution for a big problem (access required)

The Minneapolis-based Architects for Society has an unusual design concept for emergency housing: a small hexagon-shaped, rapidly deployable and easy-to-build dwelling for refugees and others in desperate need of shelter. The 14-member nonprofit, made up of architects from eight countries, is bringing that vision to life in the form of its 500-square-foot “Hex House.” The group ...

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