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.
The structure’s interior is covered in lightweight chipboard panels and includes a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room, kitchen, and workspace for the artist.
The home even has its own rooftop terrace, which can be accessed by a ladder off a surprisingly spacious balcony.
We can’t help but be reminded of another artist’s abode: The world’s thinnest house.
Images via Billboard House.