Tiny apartments provide homeless housing
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In San Francisco alone, there are almost 7,000 people living on the streets. Developer Panoramic has developed what it thinks could be a way to help by creating small homes quickly and efficiently. The company has developed the MicroPad – a smaller version of its Prefabricated Affordable Dwelling. Made from steel, with 9-foot ceilings, the MicroPad comes fully furnished with a private bathroom, kitchenette, armoire, desk and bed, all in 160 square feet. The construction process uses the same technology as manufacturing shipping containers. The MicroPad is a smaller version of studio apartments the company builds for use as students…
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