Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village is a development of 103 micro homes designed by Lehrer Architects to provide homeless housing in Los Angeles.
Located on a narrow plot in a park in North Hollywood, the brightly coloured complex can house up to 200 people at a time in its gabled shelters.
The eight-foot-wide (2.4 metres) square-shaped cabins, which can accommodate one or two people, are made by Pallet, a manufacturer of homeless shelters based in Washington State.
Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village is named after the park it sits in, near the 170 Freeway. The project is a collaboration between local practice Lehrer Architects and architects and engineers from the Los Angeles City Bureau of Engineering.