This iconic spaceship style, prefabricated fibreglass house was designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen in the late 1960s and is one of only 67½ worldwide still in existence today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 2013 artist Craig Barnes brought this Futuro from
South Africa to the UK to painstakingly restore to its original glory. After London rooftop landings at
Matt's Gallery and Central Saint Martins, it spent
the summer of 2018 in Le Havre, France.

 

Barnes' wish is that wherever the Futuro lands, it should
be used as a space for the public to find inspiration, experimentation and image alternate tomorrows.

 

Where will it go next? Nobody knows, but journeys can start with an idea instead of a destination. Whether you're organisation or individual, commercial or institutional, and have either an idea or a destination, get in touch, we'd love to hear from you. All remote possibilities start with a chat.

Wanted: Somewhere permanent to land the Futuro.

 

Can you help? Please get in touch!

What is a Futuro?

Read our potted history.

Want to know more about the Futuro  project?

 

Read Craig Barnes' full story.