A renewable-powered tiny home, made from reclaimed materials, has been created by a fifth-grader as part of a school project.
Callie Hilton, 10, designed Callie’s Coop as an off-grid mobile shelter powered via a small solar panel, which includes a composting toilet, solar oven and rainwater capturing system.
The innovative and genius tiny home was created, designed and built by the 10-year old, Callie Hilton, on a budget of around $10. She also made use of reclaimed materials from her father’s workshop.
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