180,000 men & women join our Armed Forces annually.
60% of their time in service is spent in a sleeping bag.
Sadly, tonight in America, 37,828 combat Veterans will once again rest their head on a sleeping bag, on the streets of
our neighborhoods and cities.

In an effort to combat Veteran houselessness,
Veterans Community Project (VCP) constructs tiny-home
villages to shelter, 
protect, and provide mental health
services to disenfranchised Veterans.

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To raise money & bring awareness to this initiative,
we built an immersive installation that repurposed the
sleeping bags of combat Veterans into bricks.

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All 32 bricks formed together to construct
the walls of The Battle Home.

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Each wall held 6 QR codes,
which linked out to a total of 12 unique stories.

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People viewing the installation were guided to scan
the bricks, 
immersing themselves in cinematic adaptations of
true stories 
from Veterans who lived at VCP after service.

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6 projectors were mounted in the interior soffits of
The Battle Home. 
Each projector casted out 6,300 chevrons.
Each of the total 37,828 chevrons represented a Veteran in need.

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In 2022, The Battle Home will be traveling to 3 more cities around
the country 
to raise money, educate, & promote the creation
of future Veteran communities.

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