Using pallet houses made of wooden shipping pallets to temporarily house refugees and people in all types of emergency situations like natural disasters is a really cool concept. Not only are wooden pallets available all over the world, but they are typically readily on hand in crisis zones because they’re used to ship food, water and supplies. And often they’re just discarded or burned. Lisa recently spoke to the New York city architect who came up with the pallet house concept, along with her partner, about how these tiny structures have the potential to house people in crisis situations all over the world. Lisa did the interview for Pallet Enterprise magazine, and you can check out the article here.