Robert Bruno steel house

The artist’s website doesn’t tell you much about this house but what I can gather from scouting around is this: Robert Bruno wanted to make his house a sculpture you could walk through. It’s a 110 tonne marvel of rusted steel. Really he should be hiring it out for movies. It looks very “Star Wars villa” to me, or maybe Max Max could put it to good use as a desert lookout.


Robert Bruno started it in 1974 for heavens sake. It’s good to have a hobby I always say (no I don’t, I’m lying). I wonder what he’s building now (not lying, really am wondering).

I think it’s a-mazing. just don’t know where Nanna’s old bureau and the games room would go… but hey, a couple of beanbags, a rug or two and a tetanus shot and I’m there.
Well, there until I’ve had a bit too much to drink and the shapes do my head in.



What’s not to love about a view framed like this?


ROBERT BRUNO STEEL HOUSEYou can see some more of Robert Bruno’s amazing house on his website right here.

About gillianloves

I decided there was not enough laughing in my life so I set to and started to design greeting cards in addition to my other design work. I'm happy to make people smile and to show that giving something really good takes as little effort as sending something pretty ordinary. I fully believe that if you can laugh about it someday you may as well laugh about it today. And also that we are just about as happy as we try to be. But you should know, Pollyanna I'm not. Even I might want to slap her after a day or so.
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2 Responses to Robert Bruno steel house

  1. lampshadehat says:

    i love that it looks like it could get up and start walking around.

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