A woman whose house was destroyed by a string of earthquakes in her town of Yauco, Puerto Rico, shares how traumatized she is by the sudden loss of her home. The person she confides in is far from being indifferent to her pain - it's Carla Gautier Castro, a Puerto Rican architect who decided to do something to address the situation in Puerto Rico, where many low-income families lose their homes to natural disasters. That is, after she witnessed her homeland devastation. She had an idea: build affordable houses out of shipping containers. On top of coming up with the concept of a home that low-income Puerto-Rican families can afford, Gautier Castro also managed to meet another of her criteria: The containers that the houses are made of are built "to withstand the most adverse weather conditions," she said.