A bed-headed bed that’s made from donated legs from the homeless could help people cope with the stress of being homeless.
The bed is made from an organic material that is made of collagen and fibres and is known as leg tissue.
It’s made by adding bone and tissue together, and it’s meant to be a permanent solution to the housing crisis.
It’s a solution that could save lives, and one that is being tested by a Canadian company that’s working with people living on the streets.
“I think it’s an incredible thing to be able to do,” said Tessa Beyette, a partner at Bamboo Design, which specializes in creating sustainable solutions for the homeless.
“We don’t know how to get the same kind of material out of the ground that we’re creating from the bodies of the people who have been here for a while, but it’s the way that we want to be doing it.”
She said she and her partner created the bed because they could not find a solution to their own homelessness.
“Our clients are the ones that are most in need of it and most in pain.
So we had a very hard time finding a solution.”
It’s an experiment to see if the product can work for people who don’t have access to a wheelchair or walker.
“It’s really hard for the people that have been in these situations to go into these environments,” she said.
“This product is designed to be more affordable than anything else.”
The project was originally intended to help people who were experiencing homelessness but is now being used for people that are in the streets as well.
“The idea was to use it to provide some type of temporary shelter and that’s exactly what we’re doing,” Beyettes said.
While she said the bed is not designed for everyone, it does have its limitations.
“You’re going to need a certain amount of strength, but we think that it’s a good way to reduce the amount of stress that people are experiencing,” she added.