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Futuro House / Matti Suuronen


This Matti Suuronen-designed Futuro House in France is for sale via an estate agent and pitched as a holiday home, but without a location as such. Presumably you will need to get it shipped to a piece of land yourself. That might not be as hard as you initially think, as the prefabricated Futuro is completely removable. It consists of 16 sections, each bolting together to create the eight-metre (diameter) space age, almost alien-like structure. So not exactly a small job in terms of work or cost, but perhaps a little less than expected.

This one also has the original Futuro sleeper chairs still in place, which is a huge bonus. Beyond that, it is a space just waiting for a use or an upgrade for the 21st century. If you want it, you will need to offer something in the region of €130,000 — via WowHaus

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