Lovers of 20th-century buildings along people who like a bit of pattern should check out the work of Oscar Francis, a company specialising in architecturally inspired prints and textiles.
Forget the modern-day people carrier, this is one from the past – and it's fair to say that this 1970s Saab 95 has a lot more style than its modern equivalent.
It's something the locals either love or hate, but there's no denying that Park Hill in Sheffield is a modern-day icon. It's also undergoing a very modern renovation, courtesy of Urban Splash.
Described as 'streets in the sky' during its development in the late 50s and early 60s, the estate was initially popular in those post-war years, but with poor maintenance and an even poorer reputation as time passed, Park Hill's future was at a crossroads until Urban Splash stepped in with English Heritage, with idea of turning the now Grade II listed building into upmarket apartments, business units and social housing.
For those of you who like distinctive 1960s modernist-inspired architecture, but also love modern-day home comforts, Moonacres at Beaulieu, Hampshire should fit the bill perfectly.
Moonacres is a large property on the renowned Beaulieu estate which was originally designed by the architect John Strubbe in the early 1960s. The exterior says as much, although the interior is very much in the modern era.