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Shelter ByGG by Gabriela Gomes

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Shelter ByGG is a pod designed by Gabriela Gomes. The project concept was to bring the living space out to the public area. The rounded eye-catchy pod is to function both as a sculpture and a habitat. The pod features a double bed and a toilet and is made of Oriented Strand Board-(OSB) engineered wood-based panel and cork.

Shelter ByGG by Gabriela Gomes

The interior is made of interchanging light and dark brown with visible cork texture. The pod also features a small compact sink and a shower fixture. There are three different-sized round windows near the bed that let some natural light in.

Shelter ByGG is also sustainable as it was made of recycled materials and uses solar energy. The sculpture pod will be exhibited as an installation at Guimarães 2012 Made-In International Competition.

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