The artist Biancoshock created a new project in Milan: small furnished apartments in the manholes. It’s not a challenge to win the smallest apartment in Milan. The purpose is to raise awareness about homelessness.
In many cities, as Bucharest – more than 600 people are forced to live in the city’s underground sewer system. Borderlife – this is the title of the installation – wants to draw attention to the life lived in extreme conditions, even coming to live in manholes.
The motto is “If some problems can not be avoided, make them comfortable”.