Affordable housing is an issue that many urban and rural areas across North America combat for, which is something the +FARM Project looks to ease by creating movable dwellings designed to be utilized where there are high land taxes and limited space for housing. Director William Haskas describes the +FARM Project as having "polyauthorship," which means to convey that all students involved in the process of crafting the mobile homes have ownership towards them.
Currently part of an educational institute but soon to be a not-for-profit, the +FARM Project raises awareness for and solves the problems associated with modern living that include space restrictions, sky-high taxes and the need for "intelligently inhabitable environment for living," as Haskas describes it.
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