Like many towns, the French town of Besançon upholds a dominant style of architecture, uniquely characterized by locally abundant stone found in the Chailluz quarry. The rows of similar houses blend into one another forming a homogeneous landscape. Here the use of colourful chalks have allowed one house to momentarily break out of the uniform aesthetic, whilst retaining its local heritage. The chalk facade lets the house speak out, separating itself from the others in a colourful display of independence.
Commissioned by Bien Urbain
Special thanks to Rosalie Piras, Marie Leroy, Marie Lepuil, Romain Pargny, Marie Ruget, Marie Lafarge, Laure Champeau, Pauline Traina
Photos by Elisa Murcia Artengo