Homeless Architecture – When a clever artist uses waste to build mobile cabins for the homeless…

2014-05-06 // art unusual

With his project “Homeless Architecture“, the American artist Gregory Kloehn, based in Oakland, California, decided to build mobile cabins to help the many homeless in the city, collecting furniture and littering in the streets. An awesome job that allows homeless in the city to be protected from rain and weather, while remaining mobile. An excellent and clever project.

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Images © Gregory Kloehn, Brian J. Reynolds / via

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