Environment Friendly Shelter Made of Plastic Wire and Packing Peanuts

Being eco-friendly seems to get into the nerves of our kids nowadays. A 12-year-old kid Max Wallack of Natick is proving this when he presented his Home Dome innovation during the WGBH’s Design Squad “Trash to Treasure” design contest. The Home Dome is a shelter for the homeless that is made from plastic, wire, and packing peanuts. In this way, the kid was able to show his love and care for the homeless people and additionally, his project helps in reducing the ever-growing landfills. The home dome has a shape like of a Mongolian yurt and it does feature a built-in bed, which truly answers the need of shelter.

Home Dome

Home Dome

Source: The Design Blog and Design Squad


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