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Called "Homeless Haven," and it's meant to do double duty as daytime Park furniture and nighttime shelter.

Blow-Up Buildings: 17 Inflatable Works of Mobile Architecture

Temporary – sometimes even transient – these 17 blow-up structures create enclosed event space where there was none, in public squares and gritty city corners.

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Hope for humanity! Because homelessness is such a huge social issue many cities are making park benches that turn into shelters. Rather than just ignoring the issue of the homelessness, some people are trying to make small efforts to help.

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How to wash your car with less than a cup of water

There’s a reason even diehard auto lovers across California are letting the dirt and dust build up on their windshields: Washing a car carelessly during the drought can be costly. It turns out, usi.

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The Muwi Lawn Mower.bahaha it would be so funny to go out and find little grass circles or grass balls around the yard! why is the lawnmower pooing grass?

Gregory Kloehn began by researching the shelters that were constructed by the homeless, and he ended up feeling inspired by the resourcefulness that he witnessed. Building tiny structures from the materials that have been discarded by others, he constructs cheerful micro structures from pallets, bed frames, doors, plywood, car consoles, refrigerator shelves, and other miscellaneous items. After months of collecting materials, the first home was built on an impulse. A homeless women asked…

Tiny homes for the homeless

Wearable Shelter (cobijo portátil para vestir) - Cuatro estudiantes de la Universidad de Pensilvania, Jin Hong, Sebastian Brauer, Ji In Sun y Jackie Starker, fueron más allá en 2009 y crearon una chaqueta-microcasa, con la voluntad de que las personas necesitadas que veían agolpadas en la calle se beneficiaran de "prendas" similares.

"Wearable Shelter" clothing: Designed for disaster, but perfect for the homeless -

Galería - Campaña crowdfunding para refugios para los sin techo - 3

Galería de Campaña crowdfunding para refugios para los sin techo - 3

These Detachable Pods Aim to Provide Shelter for Britain’s Homeless,Exterior Rendered View. Image Courtesy of James Furzer

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