Fancy some classic 1960s architecture for less money than you might think? You can get it with this Robert Steedman-designed Calderstone House in East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, which is grade B listed and on the market right now.
Not just the man for cool seating and space age lighting, Verner Panton turned his creative hand to many other mediums, including textiles. This 1970s Grande rug by Verner Panton, which has just been reissued, is one such design.
Interesting idea that mixes the past with the present – the Areaware Alarm Dock.
It looks like a vintage-style flip (or early digital) clock, but it's actually a beech wood dock for an iPhone. Slide your phone into the front and it becomes a clock, charging overnight too. That clock display comes from a flip clock app.
Available to pre-order directly, $39.99 is the price.
We’ll be honest, details are vague on this one – but we think the fact that you can buy a one-bedroom apartment in the Le Corbusier-designed Unité d’Habitation building in Charlottenburg, Berlin for just over £40,000 seems worthy of mentioning.
The block is something of an architectural landmark in West Berlin. Just a stone’s throw from the Olympic Stadium in the city, the block was designed and built by Le Corbusier in 1957 as one of his cities in the sky, offering 530 living spaces over 10 floors, throwing in a shop and a post office on the ground floor, as well as offering some nearby green space thanks to Grundwald woods at the front of the block.