In response to the homelessness crisis in Seattle, Miller Hull architects designed the Mighty House, a tiny home that can be easily built with minimal budget and construction experience. 118 Designs, a local org supporting former gang members, takes on the inaugural build of the Mighty House. LIHI, the Low Income Housing Institute, speaks to the success and importance of tiny home villages. Panda, a formerly homeless man, moves into the Mighty House and gives perspective about the challenges of homelessness.
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