Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Homeless Homes Project

Gregory Kloehn's Homeless Homes Project in Oakland, California takes a resourceful, direct action approach to building tiny houses with the unhoused.

"Our goal is to bring together imaginative people and discarded materials to make sturdy, innovative, mobile shelters for the homeless people. By sourcing materials from illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items, we strive to diminish money's influence over the building process"


Check out the creative process behind this initiative: Homeless Homes Project

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