Now this is a rare opportunity for someone to buy something very special. A 1950s George Nelson-designed midcentury modern property in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, complete with fixtures and furnishings designed by the iconic midcentury designer. Cheaper than you might think too.
You could call it art deco or streamline moderne, but regardless of its description, this Milton J. Black-designed property in Los Feliz, California, USA is a wonderfully well preserved piece of 1930s architecture both inside and out. In fact, it’s even better beyond the front door.
It has been updated in places, but there is still much to admire about this 1960s modernist property in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, not least its wonderful fireplace, beams, exposed brick and open-plan living space. Retro living with all the modern-day essentials.
Described was one of the finest and most iconic houses of its era, the 1930s St. Ann’s Court modernist property in St. Ann’s Hill, Surrey is on the market complete with 8 acres of land, a separate Coach House with recording studio and as much style as you can imagine.
When it comes to designing cushions, modernist and brutalist architecture isn’t necessarily the first place to look for inspiration. But that is where Gail Myerscough looked for her Manchester Modernist Collection. Read more
If you like the idea of an original midcentury modern property with a few updates for modern family living, check out the 1950s Carl Koch-designed house in Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA. It has that an so much more.