Artist In Santa Rosa Builds Tiny Houses For Homeless

A Santa Rosa artist has gone above and beyond when it comes to helping the homeless, designing and helping to build a group of miniature shelters for those in need.

Harold Wallin is a Santa Rosa designer who began comparing his notion of the “starving artist” to the growing population of homeless people.

“I just saw everyone out on the street, in tents, and being pushed around and I said, ‘What would be a step up from a tent that would give someone dignity?’” asked Wallin.

So he turned his creative efforts to developing a design for a tiny storage/living space for those on the streets.

Source: Artist In Santa Rosa Builds Tiny Houses For Homeless « CBS San Francisco

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