In 2010, Haiti was rocked by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake. After the quake caused widespread devastation, a company called Sukup Manufacturing decided to step up and do something about it.
The result is the Safe T Home®, an unusual tiny domicile that looks like a short, galvanized steel silo.
These homes were built to last through anything. Each measures 18 feet in diameter. The 20 gauge corrugated galvanized steel has an estimated lifespan of 70 years, and requires no maintenance. The metal is resistant to pests such as termites as well as damage from moisture.
Each home is large enough that 10 people can sleep inside. The double-roof system helps to disperse heat. A water collection system helps families in times of drought.
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