These Manholes Turned Tiny Homes Make a Statement About Homelessness

These Manholes Turned Tiny Homes Make a Statement About Homelessness

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Tara Bellucci
Apr 23, 2016
(Image credit: biancoshock/Instagram)

Homelessness is a global problem, and Milan is no exception. Italian artist and activist Biancoshock has transformed manholes in the fashion capital into tiny homes.

(Image credit: biancoshock/Instagram)

Called "Borderlife," the project focuses highlights the plight of the 600 people that are currently living in the city's sewer system.

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