James Rizzi is a celebrated pop artist hailing from the U.S. and the Happy Rizzi house located in Braunschweig, Germany pays tribute to the creative's style and aesthetic. The home brings Rizzi's unconventional and surrealist cartoon drawings to life with the assistance of architect Konrad Kloster to create facades that perfectly mimic the artist's work.
The Happy Rizzi home looks like a cartoon brought to life with colorful facades that depict geometric characters and patterns that are psychedelic as well as whimsical. The home is a tiered building that is brightly colored and offers quite the contrast to the surrounding more traditional architecture. The home adds an element of playfulness to the area that highlights unconventional color, patterns and shapes.
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