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The wooden domes of Kanye West for homeless people built on his estate in California have been demolished

The wooden domes of Kanye West that were built for homeless people on its 300-acre California estate have been demolished

  • The wooden domes of Rapper, built on his estate in California, have been demolished
  • Aerial photos show that at least three of the structures have been reduced to rubble
  • Homes were built in the Yeezy Home community of West in Hidden Hills, California
  • The 42-year-old rapper built the structures on a terrain of 300 hectares of desert
  • His plan is to create a unique community that dismantles the class system within the housing market and protects homeless people
  • Inspectors who visited real estate determined that the houses were breaking the building codes
  • West was instructed to obtain a building permit or to demolish buildings by 15 September
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The & # 39; new age & # 39; wood domes of Kanye West for homeless people built on his estate in California have been demolished.

Aerial photos of the rapper's 300-hectare Calabasas project show at least three of the on & # 39; Star Wars & # 39; inspired structures reduced to rubble.

The photos showed a smaller dome that was still standing, although it is said to be demolished soon TMZ.

Last month it was reported that the structures of West would be dismantled after he was wrong with building codes.

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The wooden domes of Kanye West for homeless people built on his estate in California have been demolished

The wooden domes of Kanye West for homeless people built on his estate in California have been demolished

Aerial photos (above) of the rapper's 300-hectare Calabasas project show at least three of Star Wars-inspired structures reduced to rubble

Aerial photos (above) of the rapper's 300-hectare Calabasas project show at least three of Star Wars-inspired structures reduced to rubble

Aerial photos (above) of the rapper's 300-hectare Calabasas project show at least three of Star Wars-inspired structures reduced to rubble

West built the future-like structures earlier this year to create a unique community that dismantles the class system within the housing market and protects the homeless – but reportedly has not obtained a building permit.

In August the rapper was given a deadline of 15 September to secure the license for the domes.

Construction supervisors in Los Angeles visited the vast Yeezy Home community of West twice and found that the houses violated building codes because they were permanent structures and require a permit to be built.

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New photos before and after the site in August showed that one of the structures has already been demolished on the site.

Close-up shots of the Yeezy Home project showed a cluster of wooden structures, allegedly each 50 feet long, in the form of domes and joined together.

The interior of the structures appears hollow and is covered with black tarpaulin.

Inspectors were first called to the property of the Gold Digger singer after complaints of noise from various neighbors who lived next to his home.

The first time an inspector at the LA County Department of Public Works stopped the project, an on-site manager at the Yeezy Home project told inspectors that the site was a & # 39; production project & # 39; wash and temporary.

The domes were built on the grounds of Hidden Hills that the 42-year-old rapper and wife Kim Kardashian first bought in 2014
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The domes were built on the grounds of Hidden Hills that the 42-year-old rapper and wife Kim Kardashian first bought in 2014

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The domes were built on the grounds of Hidden Hills that the 42-year-old rapper and wife Kim Kardashian first bought in 2014

During a second inspection, officials discovered that the structures were on top of concrete platforms and determined that the prototypes were permanent.

The domes are on the grounds of Hidden Hills that the 42-year-old rapper and wife Kim Kardashian bought for the first time in 2014.

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Sources familiar with the project said earlier that it will break & # 39; s barriers that separate classes … namely the rich, the middle class and the poor & # 39 ;.

In an earlier interview with Forbes, West told a reporter that the domes can hopefully be used to house the homeless by letting them live in spaces that are said to have sunk into the ground.

& # 39; Dynamic & # 39; is the word used to describe the project that fits the exclusive brand that the fashion mogul is known for.

& # 39; There, with the blurry weight of something huge and far away, are a trio of structures that resemble the skeletons of wooden spaceships, & # 39; wrote Zack O & # 39; Malley Greenburg about the project in Forbes cover piece at Kanye.

& # 39; They are the physical prototypes of his concept, each elongated and tens of feet long, and West leads me inside.

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& # 39; He tells me that they can be used as a living space for the homeless, perhaps sunk into the ground with light filtering in through the top.

& # 39; We stand there for a few minutes and consider the buildings before we walk back to his lurking Lamborghini and zoom out to the night. & # 39;

It is unclear whether the project is going somewhere else.

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