As part of the 2017 Folkestone Triennial, a site-specific contemporary artistry exhibition happening in Kent, British musician Richard Hardwoods has created a number of colorful, cartoon-like “Holiday Homes” and positioned them about Folkestone, the port city in southeast England.
The small constructions (a 3rd the size of the average house) are basic, gable-roofed houses with a main chimney which have been painted within bright colours like yellowish, red, red, turquoise, plus orange. Every edge of the house is cut in dark, lending the particular houses the graphic, overstated look that will calls in your thoughts illustrated, toon renditions.
But in spite of their lively aspects, the particular homes furthermore confront severe issues. Within creating the small houses, Hardwoods hoped to deal with questions associated with homeownership plus wealth inequality within Folkestone, an area that is a “second-home” destination for rich Londoners. This particular booming marketplace is in immediate contrast towards the housing turmoil plaguing Britain.
Every Holiday House is put together offsite after that placed in offbeat locations all through town. The particular Folkestone Triennial opens Sept 2 plus runs via November 5.
Via : Designboom