Nomadic Homes for city’s home-less


“The overload of dumped waste on the streets of Oakland has inspired Gregory Kloehn to create a series of tiny mobile houses. Created from all sorts of trash, the artist’s one-of-a-kind accommodations are meant to give the city’s homeless a modest accommodation.

Kloehn has used all kinds of discarded stuff for his one-person dwellings, varying from dumped material to commercial waste. Each structure is unique as the creation proces depends on what is available, and costs approximately $30-$50 — that’s mainly the screws, nails, glue and gas needed to drive around Oakland to pick up the trash.”