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A House for Essex by FAT and Grayson Perry, 2015

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Mischa95

As always, Zsuzsi got the goods on this one. I don't know who Julie Cope is but the house is wonderful except for the views). Thanks for the comments everyone.

Decidedly quirky and very colourful inside but with no windows that you can look out of except the door as they are all high up ,it seems a shame as I am pretty sure it overlooks the water . My Google search says it is actually in Wrabness which is some six miles east of Manningtree.

Zsuzsineni2

Manningtree, Essex, England - 2015

Of all these links, you MUST visit this 1st one. It has fab photos of the interior & exterior. Thanks, Mischa, for introducing me to this amazing world. Zsuzsi

https://www.dezeen.com/2015/05/15/house-for-essex-fat-grayson-perry-charles-holland-living-architecture-alain-de-botton/

"Needing no introduction, this Essex holiday home was designed as a shrine to fictional character Julie Cope.

Furman described it as 'a veritable manifesto in how architecture can be communicative, popular, deeply sincere whilst giving great pleasure, colourful, contextual in unexpected and imaginative ways, full of ornament and craft and history, and involve great art.' "

https://www.dezeen.com/2018/01/23/10-buildings-that-represent-new-age-postmodernism-roundups-architecture/

https://www.iloboyou.com/buildings-with-a-bang-postmodern-architecture-thatll-blow-your-mind/

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2020/feb/08/bricks-and-humour-playful-postmodernist-architecture-in-pictures

Donnajames

This is quite the interesting house(?). Is it a house or some kind of monastery. dj

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