billboard home mexico city

How’s this for a short commute to work: An artist hired to work on a billboard in Mexico City will be living behind the roadside placard for 10 days in a prefabricated home.

Designed by architect Julio Gómez Trevilla, the billboard house was developed as part of an advertising campaign for Scribe Marketing, explains PSFK.

The structure’s interior is covered in lightweight chipboard panels and includes a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room, kitchen, and workspace for the artist.

Billboard home interior

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The home even has its own rooftop terrace, which can be accessed by a ladder off a surprisingly spacious balcony.

billboard home rooftop

Billboard home

We can’t help but be reminded of another artist’s abode: The world’s thinnest house.

Images via Billboard House.

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