12-Year-Old Designs 'Home Dome' From Recycled Products

 - Feb 27, 2009
References: thedesignblog.org & i.gizmodo
So much for the belief that kids today have no hope. 12-year-old Max Wallack is singlehandedly trying to make everyone forget all those news stories about teen shootings and other bad media.

After hearing about a design contest, Max decided to build something to help people. The "Home Dome" is a homeless shelter that has been constructed from recycled packing popcorn, plastic and wire. It is really inspiring to see that today's youth understands the needs of the future and realizes that being kind to others and recycling is beneficial for everyone.