Earlier I showed you how a Slovakian design firm has created a billboard tiny house design in the hope of benefiting the homeless.
Right now I want to show you an example of how it was actually done in Mexico. It’s mounted on a rooftop in Mexico City and was designed by architect Julio Gómez Trevilla for Scribe Marketing according to this article by Niall Burke at Humble Homes.
The tiny home up here was lived in and used temporarily by an artist who was hired to paint the billboard. Inside you’ll find all you need… A bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and desk. Please enjoy.
Billboard Tiny House in Mexico City
Video: Rooftop Billboard Tiny House in Mexico City
Learn more at: Julio Gomez Trevilla’s blog etcétera
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