Could Beautiful Transitional Housing Become Our Future Norm?


In so many world disaster events, transitional housing is necessary to get displaced people by until the actual rebuild of the community begins and ultimately completes. People can't simply wait for safe and secure housing, warm places to sleep etc -- this is where TECHDWELLâ„¢ comes in with their amazing and progressive idea for quick construction tiny shelters. With the world's population booming could this type of thing become the future of living for our children and grandchildren?

Given the thumbs up by city leaders in Portland, proposed tiny house villages called Micro Communities, with the help of building company Given the thumbs up by city leaders in Portland, proposed tiny house villages called Micro Communities, with the help of building company TechDwell, will provide affordable housing for the working poor. Still in the planning stage, these communities offer a way for people living near or under the poverty line to find safe housing, shared spaces, and vibrant neighborhoods.

Here is some information about TECHDWELLâ„¢ and their vision for tiny living in the future in disaster scenarios and beyond.

TECHDWELLâ„¢ is committed to bringing the dignity of secure, stable, adaptable and affordable housing to those in greatest need. Whether for use in disaster relief efforts worldwide or alleviating homelessness domestically, the TECHDWELL Axiaâ„¢ micro-home is the ideal building block for transitioning people safely and securely towards housing stability.

The TECHDWELL Axiaâ„¢ micro-home assembly can be accomplished in 2 to 4 days. Minimal construction expertise, using basic hand tools. The pre-cast pin foundation system allows assembly in difficult terrain without earth altering site work. The Axiaâ„¢ meets international building codes for strength and safety.

The TECHDWELL Axiaâ„¢ micro-home utilizes recycled and recyclable and sustainable building materials. Optional solar pv electrical systems, rainwater collection and gray water reclamation enable units to be independently off-grid. Composting toilets provide for natural human waste management.

The TECHDWELL Axiaâ„¢ micro-home was deployed to Haiti, built as prototype housing for the Haitian Government and NGOs to evaluate.

TECHDWELL Axiaâ„¢ micro-homes utilize our exclusive, patented, modular housing system (U.S. Patent 9,145,671).


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