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Lead DesignersAndres Bustamante Arrieta
Design TeamZaira Bernal, Raúl Alfaro, Cosme Álvarez, Andrés Bustamante Hernández
Project LocationAv. Insurgentes, San Cristóbal Centro, 55000 Ecatepec de Morelos, Méx.
Prize(s)Gold in Architecture Categories / Disaster rapid deployment housing
Entry Description

The The Temporary Housing Pavilion for Healthcare Workers is a non-profit emergency architecture project designed by Revolution with the aim of giving the Mexican Red Cross staff a comfortable and safe space where they can sleep and wash in their own place of work, thus avoiding returns home and exposing their families to the contagion of Covid-19. We have designed a prefabricated module built from wood and recycled panels that houses a bedroom, a shower, a sink, a toilet, and electric heater in 7 square meters, half size of a parking space.