‘Bizarre’ modernist building on Dartington Hall estate is to host Sea Change festival in May

One of the UK’s most renowned modernist buildings, High Cross House on the Dartington Hall estate in Devon, is to reopen to the public during a festival of music and conversation next month.

Created as a sleek “machine for living” in the 1930s, the building has been empty for five years, its white paint peeling, its crisp lines and unexpected curves a little tired.

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