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If you like the idea of a Mies Van Der Rohe-inspired design for your next home, check out this 1970s Peter Aldington and John Craig-designed property in Higham, Suffolk. Just on the market.
If you love the idea of untouched midcentury Scandinavian design, then do check out this 1960s Arne Branzell-designed property in Gothenburg, Sweden, which is packed with period features and oozing sixties style.
If you like the idea of a 1960s time capsule, check out this James Reginald Parr-designed modernist property in Broughty Ferry, near Dundee, Scotland, which dates back to 1964 but has hardly changed since.
If you are after something 1960s and relatively unchanged since that decade, check out this rather wonderful modernist property in Bramcote, Nottinghamshire. You’ll be sold just be seeing the staircase.
This 1950s Marcel Breuer-designed Snower Residence in Mission Hills, Kansas, USA is on the market, offering a mix of period features, detailed renovation and of course, forward thinking modernist design from a bygone era. The end result is stunning.