Like most cities, Olympia, Washington, is trying to deal with increasing numbers of people living on the street. One of the ways is to build tiny home villages as a means of transitional housing until a more permanent solution can be attained. On February 4th, Plum Street Village, with 40 Tiny Homes, will become available.
Each home will have a bed, a bookcase, a built-in desk, a lamp, and a heater. Each home has at least 2 windows. Each home is 8′ by 12′.This building will house the common kitchen everyone will share.
The personal hygiene building includes restrooms, showers, and in the back a laundry area. There will be 24-hour security and a case manager office onsite.
These images were acquired using the Nikon F100 and Nikon 50mm 1.8g Lens with Ilford HP5+ pushed one stop. The film was developed in HC-110(1:31) for 7 minutes, 30 seconds, @20C.