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Billboards that house the homeless

Worth £777 million in 2013, outdoor ads aren't just about catching the eye and promoting a brand - they need to be engaging, fun, or useful. Slovakian architectural design firm Design Develop wants to make a difference by turning billboards into living spaces for homeless people.

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