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Homeless shelter being blessed by Church.

Homeless shelter being blessed by Church.

Mobile Homeless Shelter. Change out the caster for bicycle wheels and add a hitch for a bicycle and eureka!!

Mobile Homeless Shelter. Change out the caster for bicycle wheels and add a hitch for a bicycle and eureka!!

Artista transforma sucata em casas para moradores de rua - O artista Gregory Kloehn usa seu grande conhecimento de construção e design para construir casas

Artista transforma sucata em casas para moradores de rua - O artista Gregory Kloehn usa seu grande conhecimento de construção e design para construir casas

A Mobile Homeless Shelter You Wouldn't Mind Living In   -  To connect with us, and our community of people from around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia

A Mobile Homeless Shelter You Wouldn't Mind Living In - To connect with us, and our community of people from around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia

ZERO YEN HOUSE EXHIBITION Kyohei Sakaguchi zero yen house vancouver art museum homeless architecture - Gallery Page 4 – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

ZERO YEN HOUSE EXHIBITION

ZERO YEN HOUSE EXHIBITION Kyohei Sakaguchi zero yen house vancouver art museum homeless architecture - Gallery Page 4 – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

And in Provo, Utah, a local builder named Gary Pickering makes wheeled cabins, which he calls Dignity Roller Pods, for local homeless people. On his website, Pickering—who himself was once homeless—argues that "all homeless people should be able to stay on public lands that are clean and safe."

The Teeny, Tiny Microhouse Revolution That's Giving the Homeless Homes

And in Provo, Utah, a local builder named Gary Pickering makes wheeled cabins, which he calls Dignity Roller Pods, for local homeless people. On his website, Pickering—who himself was once homeless—argues that "all homeless people should be able to stay on public lands that are clean and safe."

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