PUBLISHED: 11:00 11 December 2008 | UPDATED: 15:48 25 August 2010

STUDENTS took on a challenge to build a place to sleep for less than £100.

STUDENTS took on a challenge to build a place to sleep for less than £100.

University of Greenwich Architecture undergraduates were challenged to build and spend a night in a basic structure costing less than £100 to build.

Efforts ranged from igloos to psychedelic tents, but the challenge fell on a particularly wet and windy night.

Student Matthew Hill said: "We had the idea of making a shelter from balloons. Fortunately they turned out to be great insulation and completely waterproof! The only issue was tethering the tent down enough to stop it blowing away.

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