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Kit en-route 
(Disaster Emergency kit)
Shortlisted @a&d Trophy Awards 2019

Type:       Team Project with
               Daisuke Nagatomo (Architect)

               Maggie Chan(Interior Designer),

               Queenie Huang (Product Designer)
Studio:     MisoSoupDesign 
Location:  Taiwan

An emergency kit for attaching to the door, Kit en-route is a survival kit designed to be easy to grab and carry when a disaster hits, aiming to provide what you need to stay safe before being rescued. Except for basic necessities such as food and a water filter, it can also easily be turned into a lifebuoy. Be prepared for disasters such as floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and the like.

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The innovative survival kit is designed with 3 words in mind: Fast! Close! Go!

Fast: Easy to grab from the door, providing the basic needs for the "Golden 72 hr" window of time. This survival kit carries 6 detachable triangular containers which contain a first aid kit, water bottle with filter, radio & phone charger with flashlight, flotation device, and staple food.

Close: Each door frame carries 4 survival kits. The kit is lightweight and in an easily portable size (15" long) (you can also buy just one kit) to be placed next to exits.

Go: The kit provides convenience, increasing your chances of survival by saving valuable time normally needed to gather essentials from different places at home or elsewhere. 

Target Markets

2011 Tsunami in Japan, Photographer: Stephen Vaughan,

Geographical areas where disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, typhoons, etc commonly occur, for example in the Philippines, China, Japan, India and Bangladesh.

2011 Tsunami in Japan, Photographer: Stephen Vaughan

The 72 Hour Rule

Emergency preparedness has a golden rule


– the 72 Hour Rule, meaning that you must be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours in the event of an emergency. While an emergency event may be over in a matter of seconds, minutes, or hours, it can take up to 72 hours, or 3 days, for assistance to reach you.


2005 flooding after storm in New Orleans, from The Orange Counegister

An earthquake and tsunami caused devastation in northeastern Japan in 2011 from TIME UK

Aesthetic and Structure

The Kit en-route is designed to aesthetically fit our homes or workplaces. The kit can be attached to our emergency door, each standard door can hold up to 4 kits.

Kit rolled up
Kit open side view

Water bottle with  filler

Air tight dried food

First Aid kit

easy Strip

Floating Device

Radio, Flash light and

power bank

Door with kit open
Kit rolled up
Rolled up kit in wood pattern
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