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“What if houses were designed like bikes?”


On the 50th anniversary of the Futuro House, a great commentary from Phineas Harper about pre-fab architecture and where it could take us in Dezeen.

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History of former Port Alfred spaceship house wanted!


Three years ago a Port Alfred / Eastern Cape icon disappeared, only to reappear in London, UK 18 months later. The “Futuro House” previously located at 22 High Street, Port Alfred, was bought by myself, UK artist Craig Barnes whilst on holiday visiting family in the area. Now restored and named Futuro 22, I want [...]

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New show: Revolver II, Matt’s Gallery London


REVOLVER II Part Two: Traverse Bronwen Buckeridge, Lucia Nogueira and Joëlle Tuerlinckx with site-specific interventions by Craig Barnes, James Coleman, Peter Liversidge and X Marks the Bökship Exhibition: 15 October to 9 November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm, Wednesday to Sunday A curatorial collaboration by Robin Klassnik & Michael Newman *Traverse: to pour over, to extend across, crossing borders to [...]

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Auction


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The Futuro


Of late I’ve been consumed with restoring my 1972 built Futuro house. Intentions are for a full programme of events to run concurrently to being somewhere for folk to lay their giddy heads. I am looking for locations to take the Futuro house to so if you have any ideas regarding this please get in [...]

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And then it was 2014…


Two house plants for auction on eBay (2014)

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Herefordshire today


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Drawings from Whitstable


I was supposed to be doing a talk in Whitstable tomorrow about the two weeks I spent there on a residency earlier in the year. I’m not now, but here are some drawings I did whilst I was there.

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Down Stairs included in artist led Hot 100 list.


An artwork by Kevin Hunt created as part of Signpost that aims to draw attention to some of the most superb activity being facilitated by emerging independent artists and curators right now in the UK. Full list here.

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Plaque


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