Colourful Homes for the Homeless Made from Rubbish
The creators of the Homeless Home Project, including artist Gregory Kloehn, have a vision about how any kind of rubbish could be used to give people a roof over their head. “Our goal is to bring together imaginative people and discarded materials to make sturdy, innovative, mobile shelters for the homeless people”, they state.
Gregory Kloehn and his crew have designed mobile homes for people living in the streets in Oakland, California. Each of them has a unique design and perfectly adapted to the owners’ nomad lifestyle. Washing machine doors, pizza delivery bags and bicycles among other materials have been used to create the interior spaces. The houses also keep the residents warm and dry, and these homes only cost $30 to $50.
Photos by Brian J. Reynolds
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