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Wow ..! Houses Homeless in Japan Use Solar Power

Written By Simon Kleban on Saturday, November 24, 2012 | 8:32 PM


In 2000, architect Kyohei Sakaguchi walk across the river on the outskirts of the village tramp Tokyo, Japan. According to MNN, who are living in the house this mini camera never worked for the company. He has to know the workings of electronics.

This makes the creation of loiterer "Zero Yen House" with solar panels. The electricity generated from the sun can turn on the TV and radio as an entertainer in the house.

The house is indeed small. But, well crafted by people who come in the category of "homeless".

Mini home interior is made of wood. The roof is made of cardboard. He covered the house with blue vinyl coating width. Supplies goods placed under the floor.

The house is not connected to the road. He just put it on the road.

"He told me that the house was never able to float on water. Houses can also be a boat!" Sakaguchi said to Neatorama.

In 2004, Sakaguchi released book Zero Yen Houses. According to An-architecture, this book deals with the homeless in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya. This publication examines differences in construction methods and materials used by vagabonds.

This book shows efficiency and material resources in building the structure of the house. Ironically, this is a form of temporary architecture.
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