Good Samaritan Turns Trash Into Mobile Homes For The Homeless

(Images by Brian J. Reynolds)

Recycling is a good act in itself, at least as far as the planet is concerned, so when you use recycled materials to construct cute little portable houses for the homeless does that make it the totally best thing ever done with recyclable waste?

Kind-hearted builder Gregory Kloehn definitely thinks so, and his Homeless Homes project is providing cool little mobile domiciles to homeless people in Oakland, California, which he creates using materials gathered while dumpster-diving in industrial neighborhoods.

Gregory’s custom homes are around the size of a sofa, and they all come on wheels with a charming look that often retains the look and texture of the source material.

-Via Bored Panda

(Previously On Neatorama- Turning A Dumpster Into A Functional Home)

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