Home For Life
Roger Dean has designed a house for the new millennium: artistically beautiful, environmentally kind, but cheap and quick to build. It began as a college project to design a child’s bed and grew into a radically new form of architecture for a world awakening to the damage done by post-war housing and office development.
Dean’s paintings and album covers are known around the globe, and his futuristic style has been much imitated. The mythical beasts and dazzling clarity of light and colour are his trademark, but at the heart of much of his work are the wondrous buildings that mushroom into his cobalt skies. Fantastic as they may look, these are architectural drawings of structures that can be built.