The People Will Always Need Plates team seem to have been extra busy lately, what with their new book, bags and notebooks. Here's some more designs produced from up their busy sleeves, an exclusive range featuring some of Liverpool's landmarks for Utility.
Midcentury in Liverpool? You'd better believe it. Even better, this this James Hunter-designed Man House in Woolton, Liverpool, Merseyside is on the market right now.
It’s a midcentury-style bungalow, dating back to 1964 and the work of American architect James Hunter. It's a hoyse that boasts space, both with a large plot and an open plan design reminiscent of that era. Yes, it has been modernised, but the work undertaken has maintained the character of the original house.
I'll be honest, I was going to keep this quiet and bid myself on it, but the temptation to share this Le Corbusier 1959 Liverpool exhibition catalogue is too much.
It's a fascinating object. According to the seller, an exhibition of the work of the modernist architect and designer (also known as Charles-Édouard Jeanneret) was held in 1959 at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool and the Building Centre in London, with this being the illustrated catalogue produced for it, featuring the architecture, paintings, sculpture and tapestries that were featured way back then.
120 pages in A5 format, it's described as being in 'fair used' condition, but there are no tears, marks or missing pages. £4.99 seems like something of a steal if you have an interest in the designer or the city.