The Futuro House

The Futuro House is a round, prefabricated house that was designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen in 1968. About 100 of the kits were erected around the world, and you’d know if you saw one – because they look exactly like perfect little flying saucers from some 50s B-movie. Royse City Fututo, one of three surviving in Texas Built from fibreglass-reinforced polyester-plastic, Futuros are around 4 metres high by 8 metres across, and have super-cool airplane-style hatch entrances. Waterside Futuro in Berlin, Germany Suuronen’s aim was actually to design a ski-cabin1, one that would be “quick to heat…

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