Deceptive technology for the homeless

Deceptive technology for the homeless
A designer has created a place for 
the homeless to live out of sight.

Mobile Homeless Homes has designed a living environment for those who have no other home.

It’s a series of three square plastic garbage cans with false tops, attached securely together. The containers cleverly conceal a hidden door and an enclosed space for someone to live undetected inside the trash cans.

They’re made out of durable plastic, so the home is weather-resistant. Vents allow the air to freely circulate.

The entire assembly is mounted on wheels. If a homeless person is told to move, he or she can pull the home to another location.

The company has plans to create a dumpster-size house that can house an entire family.

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