In the Samaritan House Project FormFlow developed and constructed seven building units for homeless men in Geelong.
FormFlow now aims to combine its relocatable building modules with a universal design and new models for land-ownership to provide affordable living space to those in need.
Each of the new modules will allow for wheelchair access and provide space for 1-2 inhabitants. The units can be easily transported on a truck and rapidly installed with a small crane.
This will enable establishment of temporary micro communities on small, vacant land parcels that can be either public-owned or leased from private parties.