There are some pretty small house designs out there, but none quite like the ones from Design Develop's Project Gregory. The architecture company has taken it upon themselves to start building homes for the homeless in billboard ad spaces.
The triangle-shaped houses are meant to be constructed from two existing ads that are set next to one another. With most of this shape in place, the architects are then able to add a third unbranded side to complete the triangle shape and serve as the entryway for the home. Despite seeming like they're situated in the middle of nowhere along the roads, the billboard homes can be connected to water and electricity supplies with ease. The houses are extremely compact, but they do include everything from a bed to a miniature kitchen and a washroom.
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