This is something. I think it’s referred to as the international style, but we will go for a 1930s Connell, Ward and Lucas-designed modernist property in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. Just stunning.
Looking for some inspiration? Check out the renovation of this 1950s midcentury modern property in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. It’s an absolute dream. Oh yes, also for sale too.
How does the idea of something pretty much untouched from the 1940s grab you? This Bauhaus-inspired property in Atlanta, Georgia, USA looks as remarkable now as it did back in the day. It’s up for sale too.
It needs updating here and there inside, but this 1960s Ian Fraser & Associates-designed modernist property in Newnham, Hampshire is something special if you love the era. Location isn’t bad either.
Affordable modernism with the benefit of open communal spaces, the Span House is always popular. This 1960s Span House on the Punch Croft Estate, New Ash Green, Kent comes with the added bonus of originality, with little changed through the years.
How does the idea of some brutalist architecture grab you for a holiday? If it does, check out this 1970s Julian Lampens-designed property in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, which is available to give via Airbnb.