Kaufman always keeps them thinking with his unique, out-of-the-box ideas

“Not long after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, architect Gene Kaufman entered an American Institute of Architecture-sponsored design contest with a timely theme: disaster relief housing with a potentially permanent function. Kaufman’s submission–self-sustaining prefabricated homes that can be folded into 8 by 16 foot rectangles and hitched to the back of cars–was named a first place winner.”
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