Kanye West to build ‘Star Wars’-inspired housing for the homeless

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Earlier this week, Kanye West provided the most extensive look at his collection of Adidas Yeezy prototypes to date as part of his latest interview with Forbes. And now, he's apparently trying to build low-income housing based on architecture from Star Wars. West got his idea for these homes from a planet with two suns that all STAR WARS fans are familiar with.

"There, with the hazy heft of something enormous and far away, stand a trio of structures that look like the skeletons of wooden spaceships", Forbes notes.

The Forbes exclusive details Kanye West's early years, his passion for design and thoughts on being defined as insane as well as a quick dive into his creative process.

During rapper and singer Kanye West's Forbes cover story, he takes writer Zack O'Malley Greenburg on a tour of "oblong and dozens of feet tall" prototypes.

The news of Swift's huge earnings comes after she accused West's manager Scooter Braun of "stripping her of her life's work", after the music mogul acquired her former record label Big Machine, including the rights to her first six albums.

It's well known that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West spared no expense when it came to designing and decorating their Hidden Hills, California, mansion. These concrete homes will be made for low-income families, and reportedly feature the same minimalist, austere aesthetic seen in George Lucas' seminal 1977 film, complete with a dome shape and the potential for "natural light filtering in through the top". I for one will be following this story closely and will be excited when this becomes a reality.

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