CAD model of RedCross mobile station
application on metal cladding

The tecnopod has recently been built for the private steelwork company MSSA, to test the viability of a portable design to meet with the urgent needs of displaced communities in need of instant schools and housing for the east coast of Malaysia. Today it remains to be adopted and financed to meet other needs as red cross centres and police booths for the modern society. largely made from steelwork, the 1.2 tonne structure would eventually be built from aluminium or more lightweight materials. The cladding provides for customisation, easily identifiable logs and graphics go on the metallic skin. Link bridges are attached to the hig level interior floor to meet with flood and rough terrain, where levels can be critical to mitigate bad weather.