With the right stuff, perhaps anyone can build a home. But in this case, for the homeless.
Occupy Madison has come up with a dandy solution aimed at the homeless, building homes made from recycled stuff and repurposed materials.
The non-profit organization from Wisconsin built a tiny house measuring about 96 square feet in just two months. The total cost in building the said home was about $3,000 and is mounted on a trailer which was parked on a church property over in Madison City.
Among the amenities that the home had included a kitchen (with refrigerator and a microwave oven), bathroom and heated by electricity and wood during the winter.
Not a bad construction for $3,000 don’t you think?