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The Sustainable TRANSIT-HOUSE

The future engineers-atchitects from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" want to build the first prototype of the transit-house for the homeless

10,145€
101% of 10,000€
26 Jan 2018
Expired on
Successful

All or nothing This project will receive all funds raised
only if it reach it's goal.

The Sustainable TRANSIT-HOUSE

The future engineers-atchitects from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" want to build the first prototype of the transit-house for the homeless

10,145€
101% of 10,000€
26 Jan 2018
Expired on
Successful

All or nothing This project will receive all funds raised
only if it reach it's goal.

> MY HOME PLEASE! the project

Mhp is a project that is born within(all’interno) the department of Civil Engineering of the University of Rome “Tor vergata” as architectural initiative for social purposes, a research that aims to develope transitional housing solutions for emergencies. The tiny houses , object of the research, want to embody the true essence of living  as paradigm of protection.

The strength (forza) of mhp! is the connection of all the sustenibilitys’aspects. Taking into account the respect of the environment,.it aims to solve an important social issue , creating also an impact on the economy.

The key factor of the mhp! project is the young students involvement: they will be the tomorrows’ designers, and we want them to be conscious about the potential that architecture has facing social problems.

MHP!' s mission is simple and direct: let's do to empower others, understanding the deep meaning of the sustainability.

> How funds will be used

The raisen funds will be used to allow the students to work on the construction phase: an opportunity to put in practice the design of the project. The  money will be spent to buy the all the required materials. The students will volunteer the work to build the prototype.

Your contribute is very important!  Is the beginning of an educational process.!!! That concern every one of us: what we call sense of community!

> Who's behind the project?

Behind the MHP initiative! first of all there is the passion for design, the awareness of the social value of architecture, dedication to work, the insatiability of our research team, who at the Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering of the University of Rome "Vergata ". We did not surrender to skepticisms or to the obstacles.

Prof. Antonella Falzetti -------------------> RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROJECT

Antonella Falzetti (1964), architect, Associate Professor of Architectural and Urban Composition at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", DICII - Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering

Arianna Magni -------------------> BUILDING-ARCHITECT ENGINEER

Arianna Magni (1988), Architectural Engineer, PhD in Architecture and Construction at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", DICII - Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering.

Antonio Pinna -------------------> BUILDING ENGINEER

Antonio Pinna (1986), Construction Engineer, Ph.D. in Architecture and Construction at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", DICII - Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering.

Serena Piselli -------------------> BUILDING ENGINEER

Serena Piselli (1989), construction engineer, researcher at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", experienced in design and sustainable construction.

Sabina Simeone -------------------> JOURNALIST

Sabina Simeone (1970), journalist, Communication Office at the Macroarea of Engineering at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata".

We are sure that architecture has the ability to impact positively on the community and we have worked so far so to give this vision to the students!

> A tiny help that really matters

Your donation is far more than just a single click: it will be a viral impact!

 Offering Your Contribution to the MHP Project! you will gain multiple results.

 TO BUILD: Through the work-force of young engineer-architects students will de realized the prototype "0" of the transit-house.

TO EDUCATE: the construction is crucial to increase the experimentation and make all the people involved conscious of the procedures that emerge during the execution phase.

TO SENSIBILIZE: The impact of the prototype will be viral and will lead people to think over the raising housing emergency. During the working week we will share all the updates on the social networks and we will organize events to promote the project.

> How to support us

Donating is really easy, even if you're not a technology wizard! 

- subscribe to Eppela by clicking on Sign In / Register at the top right and enter your first name, last name, e-mail address and password of your choice. If you are already a member of Eppela, then sign in with your email and password you will be given at the time of subscription.

- Supports our project by selecting a reward between the proposals or by clicking the "Contribute" button under the title of the project tab.

- Fill out the form by entering your payment card details (Visa, Mastercard, American Express).

- Click on "Contribute" to support us!

In case of problems, you can always contact us at mhp@ing.uniroma2.it or, for technical problems, the assistance of Eppela: customer@eppela.com. Follow us on our site and Facebook page to learn more about designing ethic-social and support My Home Please!

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My Home Please!

My Home Please! was born within the walls of the Macroarea of Engineering of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" with a shared view of the role of architecture as a tool for social equalization.

Antonella Falzetti, Architectural and Urban Composition Professor, with her team of doctoral students and young students, has condensed knowledge and enthusiasm  searching for a real and sustainable solutions for the many who are still living in emergency conditions.