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.
Fancy staying in a brutalist masterpiece? Well, now you can as a room in the Erno Goldfinger-designed Trellick Tower, London W10 is now available via Airbnb and cutely a lot cheaper than a London hotel.
If you like the idea of something untouched from the 1960s just outside London, so check out this 1960s Gerd Kaufmann-designed brutalist property in Stanmore, Middlesex, which has just gone up for sale. Absolutely stunning.
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
Urban Splash has been busy renovating the grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield, recreating the streets in the sky for the modern era. Just 10 apartments are left in the first phase of redevelopment, so if you want in, you need to act fast.
If you happen to head up the M6 towards the Lake Dustrict, you will no doubt spot a magnificent 1960s hexagonal concrete tower, the sign you are at Forton Services. In celebration of this iconic motorway stopover, The Modernist Society has produced the equally cool Forton Services mugs. Read more