Containers as building blocks for crisis areas


  • Julija P. Aleksić University of Pristina, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Architecture, Serbia,



container, crisis areas, mobility, waste


Overpopulation, migration and population mobility today are the result of natural and environmental disasters, political upheavals and wars, but also in bad economic conditions. The main objective of this paper is to present solutions for the container as a humane, environmentally sound, fast and physical care for vulnerable populations in crisis situations, for temporary or permanent care and homeless after the disaster. This paper presents the classification in terms of container types and their use for housing, employment, education, health. Living and working in the container can be a modern, environmentally friendly and applicable for housing and other functions, which are subject of further research check.



How to Cite

J. P. Aleksić, “Containers as building blocks for crisis areas”, AGG+, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 064-079, Dec. 2014.