The beautifullest Place on Earth consisted of a series of residencies in William Morris's Red House in Bexleyheath, London. 

As part of the programme, artists from The Beautifullest Place on Earth project presented performance, film, text and sculpture, drawing upon the importance of William Morris’ Red House in the present moment, exploring legacies of politics and aesthetics, craft and skill, utopian visions, collaborations and communes.

Kieren Reed’s sculpture External Room (1) was placed in the orchard from June 2014 to Feb 2015. The structure was made available to host artist and writers as studio, workroom, meeting space, and venue.