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‘Tiny houses’: California homelessness gets new $40 solution

An Oakland artist is ingeniously battling homelessness in Oakland, California: he builds small houses out of materials he can find in the streets, with each edifice costing around forty bucks. The tiny homes are made of pallets, bed boards, washing machine doors, and other bizarre objects that catch Greg Kloehn’s attention. Mr Kloehn first noticed that homeless people built shelters from whatever they find in the street, and he wanted to make a house like this.

Here is a recently completed fence I made from shipping pallets:
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On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 9:53 AM, Mark Perlin <> wrote:
Fantastic example of making a difference!  
I wonder, how many tiny homes a community can build together in one weekend?  

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People. 8| Do any of you know more about this person?

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