I present to you the one and only Futuro house. Possibly the single greatest example of a hope for a brighter future ever conceived by man. Despite all of it's blemishes it still makes me giddy just standing near it. Only 90 were ever made and I get the privilege of having stood near one. Students at Canberra University are attempting to restore it as part of the conservation and design programs. It was previously situated at the planetarium which burnt down not long after the Futuro house was moved (thank christ). They've a long way to go before it's back to it's rightful glory, but still, just look at it. Thing of beauty, even with all of the blemishes.
Even the delightfully embarrasing interior and hideous front door add to the appeal. It all helps to reinforce where this object sits in time. But I'm not here to talk about decay, or time, I'm here to talk about the Futuro. So I'll just leave you with a few more hero shots of the thing. Because that's what it deserves.