Architectural constructions, household items andfurniture in an emergency situation again in the spotlight, after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. And many designers in the new collections think not only about the interesting concept, aesthetics and appearance, but also consider the model from the side of safety, health and utility requirements. French designers of NOCC have createdLeafBed is a patented bed for temporary refugee camps and victims, made entirely of cardboard - a material that is available everywhere in any quantities. This modest bed, consisting ofmodular cardboard blocks that can be easily assembled by hand in bed at the site of a disaster, in a camp, in nature or immediately after moving to a new apartment, while its furniture is not yet available. The minimum necessary tools for mounting and fixing are included. The design of cardboard furniture can be adapted to specific needs. So, 4 modules form a bed for adults, 3 modules - a bed for children, 2 modules for a table, 1 module for a chair. Blocks are assembled in such a way that, in the sleeping mode, the bed slightly bends in the middle, and not along the edges, corresponding to the shape of the human body. In addition, the separation in each unit allows you to store your things.