Fragile Shelter, designed by Hidemi Nishida, is a temporary shelter in the wild winter forest in Japan. This shelter leads people to gather together, and take part in a number of events and activities within the shelter. Users vary from local students having a party to kindergarten children going for lunch. This is a cozy base for winter activities.
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