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12 Year Old Designs a Homeless Shelter Made Out of Trash

12 Year Old Designs a Homeless Shelter Made Out of Trash
Design & Architecture
Dan Gould
  • 26 february 2009

Max Wallack has designed an ingenious shelter for the homeless and disaster victims. The 12 year old was the winner of Design Squad’s Trash to Treasure contest, which asked kids to re-purpose trash into practical inventions. Max’s dome is constructed out of plastic, wire and packing peanuts. Check out the video of its construction below.

[via Green Building Elements]

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