“Temporary housing, like any human living areas, are not just made up of houses, but also of people who live in them. It is not only [a] physical man-made structure and a place, but also [a] spiritual and social space… Therefore, a temporary house has importance not just as shelter from the elements, but also as a shelter for social, spiritual and psychological needs”

Farzaneh Hadafi, and Alireza Fallahi, “Temporary Housing Respond to Disasters in Developing Countries – Case Study: Iran-Ardabil and Lorestan Province Earthquakes.”


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