A moment of serenity initiated the potential of this joint and through collaboration it grew into this transformative system that tackles solutions in urban design, transportation, architecture, public art and philanthropy. The space truss geometry adapts to many uses such as the fast pace growth of our urban fabric. A few years back with surpassed the majority of global population to urban and that number is not slowing down. This type of growth creates an array of opportunities but also many challenges. With many growing cities in Africa, Latin America and the East, shelter and homelessness is a growing challenge. 'Quadror' is one example of how the process of design can assist many of our core urban challenges.
“We are interested in the transformative power of design as an interdependent response to social, economical and ecological matters. Our work is the interactive process of inventing and providing (infra)structure and comprehensive systems to improve our ways of living. In effect, we believe that designers and users become co-creators.” by studio Dror.
Working with a team of experts conducting research and rigorous analysis, the 'Quadror' Home structure will provide the opportunity of providing shelter with local materials and less waste as it is both cost-effective and easy to ship.
Studio Dror is in the process of manufacturing 'Quadror' Home and hopes to be constructing their first dwellings in Sierra Leone. We will stay close to see this unfold as it progresses. Yatzer wants to congratulate Studio Dror for their hard work of not only getting this accomplished but also keeping quiet until completion. we know how hard it is! Also, we send our most sincere support as we know the work has just begun. We look forward seeing the development of the product and most importantly, seeing the positive impact it will have to many people.