California artist Gregory Kloehn used to create beautiful expensive art sculptures, but he became inspired by the small home movement and started making fully functioning houses out of shipping containers. Shortly after, Gary began making even smaller structures from trash and other things he would find in dumpsters, and gave them to the homeless people in his neighborhood. He calls them “little homeless homes”, they are about the size of a sofa with a pitched roof and wheels so people can push them around. Gary published a book called *Homeless Architecture*. For more information on how to make these homes or donate, see Gary’s [website](http://www.gregorykloehn.com/) and his [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/gregorylincoln.kloehn) page.