These miniature homes provide a stable living environment for the homeless people that inhabit them. The homes are all installed at camp Quixote in Washington and features 30 microhomes.
There aren't many places where homeless people are well taken care of. Olympia, Washington is trying its best by providing 30 miniature homes for homeless people to live in temporarily. The houses feature large vegetable gardens for food, showers, and a communal kitchen.
Each house costs about $19,000 to build, and altogether, the project costed about 3.05 million to build. Given the amount of homes that are provided and the other amenities that come with it, that isn't a substantial amount. This could definitely be a problem solver for homelessness all across America.
These Miniature Homes Provide Housing for the Homeless
Michael Baxter — February 27, 2014 — Art & Design
References: quixotevillage & psfk