This is a first time for me, first project presented to the board and first model rough from scratch as well so be kind please. The Futuro fiberglass house was a curiosity of the late 1960s when mod seemed to appear in all the arts from clothing to architecture. This compact little cottage was lightweight, easily assembled on most sites and just darn quirky enough to have always lingered in the back of my mind as a must-do model. Presented is the very raw assembled templates to get the basic shape and work towards an as yet set scale, likely to be either for Lego mini-fig or Playmobil figurines. The model rests on an empty tuna tin but that is about right for the final-finished support ring-legs assembly. I'm just working towards a framework to 'skin' and do an exteriors-only at this point, the interior details may follow as time allows but am setting the floor as it is a needed part of the 'skeleton' Given the time-budget, would love to do a model in styrene as a prototype for a garage kit but that's a ways off at the moment. Posting a few reference photos of the real Futuro houses and my model at the moment, enjoy !