It Looks Like Trash, But When He Finishes With It, You’ll See It Was Much More

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. We’ve all heard that before, but for Gregory Kloehn, ‘treasure’ can’t even begin to describe what he does. Using lightly-worn salvaged pallets and garbage, he transforms them into small studios that can be used by the homeless.

As part of his Homeless Homes Project, Kloehn goes through mounds of discarded items, picking out those that can be refurbished into the tiny homes. They get turned into walls, roofs, windows and doors. He sets them on wheels to gain maximum portability and they provide occupants with temporary shelter.

While not a long-term solution, it does fill a basic need for the homeless. If you’d like to help, visit the Homeless Homes Project’s website.

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Source: Brian Reynolds