News: the latest celebrity to dip their toes into design is hip-hop artist Snoop, who has teamed up with holiday rental website Airbnb to create a pop-up house during next week's SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.
His design comprises two small rooms connected by a partially covered decked terrace. A lounge glazed on two sides opens out onto another platform in front of the structure.
This room will feature a classic Egg Chair by Danish modernist Arne Jacobsen alongside an illuminated sign that reads "BO$$".
Pavilions by indie duo Capital Cities and soul musician Allen Stone will be a similar size and layout to Snoop's contribution. All the artists teamed up with designer and TV host Emily Henderson to create spaces "to best convey their personal styles".
"Musicians spend so much time on the road," said Amy Curtis-McIntyre, CMO for Airbnb. "We know they appreciate encountering great local experiences as well as the personal comforts of home when they are away from their own for so long."
The Airbnb Park will also include public spaces such as dining areas and WiFi hot spots, and will be open from 11 to 15 March. SXSW runs from 7 to 16 March.
Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Junior and who went by the alias Snoop Dogg until 2012, isn't the first celebrity to unveil design projects.
Other celebrities that have tried their hand at furniture and interiors include Pharrell Williams, Brad Pitt and Vanilla Ice - see a roundup of their attempts in our special feature.
Earlier this year we interviewed Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky about how he and his partner built the home-stay booking website.
Dezeen will also be in Texas next week, installing our Dezeen Watch Store augmented reality pop-up shop at Hackney House Austin.