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Tanita Eide Saur

Oslo, Norway
Tanita Eide; Norwegian 25 years old girl living in Oslo. Architecture-diploma-graduating-student (January 2020).

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- emergency accommodation for homeless people

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- emergency accommodation for homeless people
Emergency accommodation and a daytime-stay for homeless people. The sleeping modules: sleeping-capsule-principle
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  • Systemic changes

My project takes the homeless-society-problem seriously, it is a permanent building that starts to solve the problem by its roots. No-one nowhere should have to stay the night out on the street.
Especially not in our country: one of the richest in the world (Norway), still there is hundreds of people who do so, because of poverty-issues and that they are outside of the welfare-system (not born / working in Norway).

The building is permanent, for a hopefully - non permanent problem. So in a time-perspective the building will work well as a regular hostel for travellers later on (or at other times of the year/parallell) while the need for hosting the homeless decreases.

All of the cities around in Europe I have been, there is always someone living on the street: this should be a red alarm for all the cities; to solve!

My project is based in the Oslo City Center, with a vision of being a universal solution; so it can also work in other cities of Europe.


S T A Y


- emergency accommodation for homeless people

S T A Y


- emergency accommodation for homeless people
Emergency accommodation and a daytime-stay for homeless people. The sleeping modules: sleeping-capsule-principle
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

My project takes the homeless-society-problem seriously, it is a permanent building that starts to solve the problem by its roots. No-one nowhere should have to stay the night out on the street.
Especially not in our country: one of the richest in the world (Norway), still there is hundreds of people who do so, because of poverty-issues and that they are outside of the welfare-system (not born / working in Norway).

The building is permanent, for a hopefully - non permanent problem. So in a time-perspective the building will work well as a regular hostel for travellers later on (or at other times of the year/parallell) while the need for hosting the homeless decreases.

All of the cities around in Europe I have been, there is always someone living on the street: this should be a red alarm for all the cities; to solve!

My project is based in the Oslo City Center, with a vision of being a universal solution; so it can also work in other cities of Europe.



Idea by

Tanita Eide Saur
Oslo
Norway
Tanita Eide; Norwegian 25 years old girl living in Oslo. Architecture-diploma-graduating-student (January 2020).