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T O O T H   H O U S E

This exhibition continues an interest in Tooth house, a development of Frederick Kielsler's Endless house that was initiated in a solo show at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds (see catalogue). As Kiesler's interest in surrealism grew, the architect moved away from the formalism of De Still to exploring more biomorphic forms as a potential for dwelling. The works in this show are conceived as studio models and propositions for dwelling.




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