This Manhole Gives the Word “Tiny House” a New Meaning

2 year ago · Teresa Schaeffer · 0 Comment
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Many cities across the globe are utilizing the “tiny house movement” to help individuals in need, specifically the homeless. For example, there is a place in Portland, Oregon called The Tiny House Village which is essentially a homeless refuge where residents are required to stay for a 60-day probational period before becoming a permanent resident of the village which has been named an “intentional community” by outsiders as an important step to curb the skyrocketing homeless population.

Italian urban artists, Biancoshock took the idea of tiny living to the next level, creating unbelievably creative almost-liveable spaces out of manholes in Milan’s Lodi District. The artists main goal with this work is to bring attention to the fact that hundreds of underprivaledged people in Bucharest, Romania call the sewege system home.

More of Biancoshock's amazing work can be found here.
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While Intriguing And Almost Nostalgic, Biancoshock's "Borderlife" Project Was Created To Comment On Something Far More Serious

Global homelessness is a challenging issue and one that needs more awareness. According to a recently study, as many as 1.6 billion people worldwide lack adequate housing.
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While Intriguing and Almost Nostalgic, Biancoshock's "Borderlife" Project was Created to Comment on Something Far More Serious
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