‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’ – Red Carpet Industry

‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’  – Red Carpet Industry

‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’ – Red Carpet Industry

Homeless people are human beings and they are people all the same. In order to successfully contribute to providing for the homeless we will have to treat and love them as we would treat and love ourselves. ‘Red Carpet Industry’ Homeless Centre not only houses people but empowers and transforms them into better versions of themselves.

Homelessness is a relevant issue prevalent to every country in the world, It is one of the issues companies, organisations and designers have been re-configuring and re-valuating four years however I have an inclination that in the architectural industry we are bordering on the revelation where we mu it is one of the issues companies, organisations and designers have been re-configuring and re-valuating four years however I have an inclination that in the architectural industry we are bordering on the revolution where we might just be able to provide enough homes for the people living on the streets.

‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’ meaning ‘Red Carpet Industry’ Is a homeless centre that provides homes for as many people as possible whether they are sober, jobless or disabled. They provide shelter, healthcare, clothing, food and safety. This puts them in a protected environment didn’t think about their futures. At ‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’ Doctors, nurses, social workers, patience and advocates all contribute to the mission to eliminate homelessness.

By creating a more innovative, sustainable and cost-effective homeless centre we prevent unfortunate cases of death by starvation, thirst or diseases. ‘Rooi Tapyt Bedryf’ includes practices such as life skills training, basic education and job seeking assistance in the hope that this will empower them to create stepping stones for the future. The ‘Rooi Tapyd Bedryf’ Centre also provides workshops which include feeding the elderly, community service, feeding the children by growing plants and providing farming skills, feeding the homeless with the soup kitchen in the evening as well as tackling poverty where we provide job and skills training.