Gimme shelter

The Peter Pan House in Suffolk by Sanei Hopkins Architects.

Corrugated iron is often associated with poverty and ugliness, but it is its cheapness and versatility that have made it such a ubiquitous material for temporary shelter – plus it makes a terrific children’s hideaway.

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