Project Gregory proposes roadside billboards that double as housing for homeless people. Started in Slovakia, the billboard would also be a small house with a bed, living area, kitchen, bathroom, and a desk. In this tiny home, a homeless person could escape from the elements into adequate shelter.

By renting out the billboard, which could serve as a great advertising platform depending on where these houses are placed, the costs for maintenance could be covered to make this a sustainable project to provide housing for homeless people.

A billboard could be placed on each side of the small house, so drivers coming from both directions on the road could see the ads! Because the house would already be connected to electricity, lighting up the billboards at night would be no problem.

We hope this bosslike idea soon becomes a reality in more countries than just Slovakia. Let’s hook up the homeless with shelter like a boss!