Artist installs rooms beneath Milan's sewer entrances

Biancoshock, an artist in Milan, created these "Borderlife" installations that appear to be underground rooms beneath the city's sewer-entrances, as a way of calling attention to homelessness, especially in Bucharest, where 600 people are living in the sewer tunnels.

If some problems can not be avoided, make them comfortable.

Intervention that, parodically, speaks about people forced to live in extreme conditions, even coming to live in manholes.

An example of inspiration is Bucharest, where more than 600 people live underground, in the sewers

Borderlife [Biancoshock]

(via Crazy Abalone)