Day 2 of Nexus Maximus

The feedback from our faculty advising put us back into brainstorm mode at the end of the first day.  We immediately decided what elements need to be altered to make the privacy cube function to its fullest capacity. This included a consideration in shrinking the portable, temporary space in width and including an alert mechanism for emergency situations as well as openings for aeration and light.  Our research showed us images of refugee made shelters from tarps and sticks or salvaged poles and considered what displaced individuals may find comfortable about this setup as opposed to other alternatives.  Keeping the issue of privacy at the forefront, in our reconfiguration brainstorming we dove further into exploring smaller units for single individuals that would allow sleeping space and some room for personal items, as well as family-sized units and they could be connected and best utilized with the height dimensions we agreed on.