Trash, waste and household items turned into houses for the homeless
Gregory Kloehn is one artist out to do good. He’s using his talents to create change and founded Homeless Homes Project, an initiative that provides habitable shelters for people living on the streets. Kloehn ‘combs through heaps of illegally dumped trash, commercial waste and excess household items piled in alleyways and discarded throughout the city, and upcycles the raw materials into walls, roofs, doors, windows, wheels and locks’. This is architecture at its finest.
Via Design Boom