A unique structure in the form of a flying saucer underThe name Futurye house, built in 1968, now flaunts on public display on one of the roofs of London Futuristic house was in a completely abandoned state, when it was discovered by Craig Barnes. After careful and painstaking work, the building was rebuilt, moved and now used as a venue for various events. This house "landed" in London on the roofCentral College of Art and Design named after St. Martin. Several meetings and lectures have already been planned in the framework of the exhibition "The Intelligent Optimist" (The Intelligent Optimist). The director of the college, Professor Jeremy Till,that there is a potential in such an installation. Employees and students, while working on ideas of the future, will be able to inspire this icon of the space age design.
December 12, 2017