A House for Essex by FAT and Grayson Perry Looks Straight From a Story

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 2, 2012 • References: fashionarchitecturetaste & dezeen
Resembling a construction as if from a fairytale, A House for Essex by FAT and Grayson Perry is captivating.

This home is part of Alain de Botton's Living Architecture enterprise that commissions creative builders to create structures that will be used for UK holiday rentals. This particular piece is located on the east coast of England and boasts a setting that is rich with greenery and remarkable landscapes. The house looks fitting with its romantic setting as it boasts slanted ceilings and arched windows.

The architect explains that he attempts to design a construction that pays tribute to beloved homes and shrines that are inspired by fairytales. This idea is stellar, and would make for a charming getaway to romantic holidaymakers. Stats for Fairytale-Inspired Houses Trending: Older & Average
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