Space is an important constraint in this project. It is to be noted that Vanuatu structures demand for large space as they are community buildings and accommodate a number of people. The government has to sanction a vast space for the builders to arrange materials and build accordingly. In areas that are highly vulnerable to natural disasters, it is essential to spot an ideal space that does not face critical damages. The disposal of wastes also requires adequate space to compost and transform into a construction material.
There are different designs in unique sizes and forms and these denote the large variation in sizes. After the event of Cyclone Pam, it has called for a better space that can withstand the stronger materials and become sustainable. Now, the project heads should approach the government to spot the space available and population to be accommodated. The design, material and form of the Vanuatu structures can be worked out based on the budgeting available. In general, the vulnerable community in the identified region is large and they require a larger space which needs to be approved by the local government and council heads.
There are several design options presented to the people at this community. Every design has specific constraints in terms of space. It is important to gain the consent and support a design that is compatible within the given space and accommodate the entire population. Although the inhabitant count is minimal, space required is large as there is a proposal to use the space for multiple purposes.