Taiwan is surrounded by the sea and located in the Circum-Pacific seismic zone, so the threat of wind disasters and earthquakes are endless. From the feedback of disaster experience, it is necessary to examine the resettlement policy after disaster. In terms of the time series after the occurrence of large-scale disasters, the shelter can be divided into emergency shelter, temporary shelter, short-term shelter and long-term shelter. The object of this study will focus on the allocation plans for resettlement of long-term shelters after disasters which cause residential damage in Taiwan. This study collects the literature on domestic and foreign shelter portfolios to analysis the building materials and graphic design to each other. We examine the advantages and disadvantages of past portfolio design, and design a long-term shelter suitable for domestic use.
The present case is based on light steel as the structural building materials. For the "structural" aspects such as structural system, beam column system, foundation are considered on the overall planning; and for "non-structural" aspects such as thermal performance, sound insulation performance, sunshade and ventilation and fire prevention are also considered according to feedback from past experience. At present, the standard diagram of long-term shelter has been roughly drafted. The research team will prepare the performance specification and construction contracts of long-term shelter to help procurement of demonstration model of the long-term shelter. It is hoped that the government can quickly establish a long-term shelter by a rule after the disaster in the future.