The Billboard House is a pre-fab structure designed by the architect Julio Gómez Trevilla behind a billboard in Mexico City. The house was developed as part of an advertising campaign for the agency Scribe Marketing.
An artist will be hired to live inside the house for ten days while they spend their time completing an artwork on the large canvas billboard. The structure’s interior room is covered in lightweight chipboard panels.
Inside there is a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room, kitchen, and workspace for the artist. An outside terrace can be accessed through a door in the billboard and includes a wooden roof that creates shade for the space below.