Sawhorse Revolution: Seattle teens build mobile tiny homes for local homeless community 

We love stories about youth channelling their ideals into life-changing projects, especially when there are tiny homes involved. Last year, with guidance from the non-profit organization Sawhorse Revolution and various architecture, construction, and engineering professionals, a group of teens designed seven tiny homes for the Nickelsville homeless community network in Seattle. With construction, made possible by a successful crowdfunding campaign, nearing completion, the team is back with plans to build four more moveable eco-friendly structures, including a tiny house duplex that’s ideal for families.

Source: Sawhorse Revolution: Seattle teens build mobile tiny homes for local homeless community | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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