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  1. Artist Converts Trash Into Compact Mobile Homes For The Homeless - Buzzweep

    […] Kloehn has a history of creating nontraditional structures, such as the homes, bars and restaurants he makes from shipping containers, many of which can be found in Red Hook, Brooklyn. You can learn more about his style of design over on his personal website. Of course, the artist is always looking for more volunteers, willing to help with scour the streets for unwanted material for Homeless Homes. Check out this page for more information. […]

  2. Artist Converts Trash Into Compact Mobile Homes For The Homeless | Design News From All Over The World

    […] Kloehn has a history of creating nontraditional structures, such as the homes, bars and restaurants he makes from shipping containers, many of which can be found in Red Hook, Brooklyn. You can learn more about his style of design over on his personal website. Of course, the artist is always looking for more volunteers, willing to help with scour the streets for unwanted material for Homeless Homes. Check out this page for more information. […]

  3. Artist Converts Trash Into Compact Mobile Homes For The Homeless | Omaha Sun Times

    […] Kloehn has a history of creating nontraditional structures, such as the homes, bars and restaurants he makes from shipping containers, many of which can be found in Red Hook, Brooklyn. You can learn more about his style of design over on his personal website. Of course, the artist is always looking for more volunteers, willing to help with scour the streets for unwanted material for Homeless Homes. Check out this page for more information. […]

  4. Artist Converts Trash Into Compact Mobile Homes For The Homeless - greenreflection.com

    […] Kloehn has a history of creating nontraditional structures, such as the homes, bars and restaurants he makes from shipping containers, many of which can be found in Red Hook, Brooklyn. You can learn more about his style of design over on his personal website. Of course, the artist is always looking for more volunteers, willing to help with scour the streets for unwanted material for Homeless Homes. Check out this page for more information. […]

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