Tim Stead's Sculptural House

Event
The Steading, Blainslie, Lauder, TD1 2PS
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04 - 05 September 2021
Overview

4 September 2021 (10am-11am; 11.30am-12.30pm; 2.30pm-3.30pm) 5 September 2021
(10am-11am; 2.30pm-3.30pm) DigiResources Scottish Borders Situated in the
beautiful Scottish Borders, the A-listed Steading was the family home of
sculptor, furniture maker, environmentalist and poet Tim Stead and widely
recognised as his single most important work. Choose between an appointment
'in person' visit to the 'Steading' or a virtual tour through the remarkable
home of furniture maker Tim Stead. Hear the story of how it was saved by the
nation by the Tim Stead Trust and listen to their inspiring plans for the
future. The visit to the 'Steading' will be hosted by Maggy Stead, and will be
a final opportunity to spend time with her in her home before she moves away
from the area. Book a ticket for tour here. Digital Resources Virtual Tour A
virtual tour through the remarkable home of furniture maker Tim Stead. Hear
the story of how it was saved by the nation by the Tim Sead Trust and listen
to their inspiring plans for the future. Giles Sutherland, Arts Correspondent
for The Times will explain the importance of Tim's work. Go on a virtual
guided tour!
Architect: Tim Stead Building Date: 20th century

Address
The Steading, Blainslie, Lauder, TD1 2PS

55.679561, -2.73226