KAPLASKY is the new proposal for a skyscraper unconventional thought to be located in an emergency environment, after a catastrophe, like a overflow of a river or a flood.
The difficulties of dealing with these phenomena, increasingly widespread during the recent years due to the concentration of the rainfalls, prompted us to search for a housing solution that takes in consideration the speed of execution and the less use of the land.
For these reasons, the choice of the base element has been oriented on the container, chosen for ease of finding it and being transported in case of emergency, and for ease of assembling due to its modularity. The term Kaplasky has been thought in relation to different possibilities of aggregation of a container, which are similar to the logic of the game Kapla to obtain different shapes depending on the direction and the rotations chosen.
In fact, a simple element like a container is enriched by its aesthetics and uniqueness in the aggregation of the parties.
In the boards, three assembling options are shown: the most rational one proposes a rectangular plan with courtyard; the second one is characterized by a vertical development following the geometry of a spiral; the third one is like an hybrid among the previous introducing a courtyard inside a double-spiral.
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