The ballot for paying guests wanting to stay here opens today.
If so, enjoy these video stills from my collection of guys tied up or bound in movies and TV shows.
Artist Grayson Perry and architecture practice FAT have designed a kitsch haven in the heart of Essex that’s open to paying guests.
Ostensibly the house is a holiday home in the village of Wrabness on the River Stour to be rented out by pop philosopher Alain de Botton’s Living Architecture organisation, a not-for-profit that has built several houses by notable architects that you can stay in to absorb the power of contemporary design.
Did you want to be the one who captured Alias Smith and Jones, or the Beast Master?
Have you always wanted to be tied up like The Dukes of Hazzard, or Supernatural's Winchester brothers?
But the dreamlike house is also a secular shrine to Julie Cope, who died in 2014.
Julie is an Essex everywoman, “a shopping mall Madonna...