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Barn conversion: David Nossiter-designed property in Assington, Suffolk

Barn conversion: David Nossiter-designed property in Assington, Suffolk
Barn conversion: David Nossiter-designed property in Assington, Suffolk

I know, a barn conversion. But don’t worry, this David Nossiter-designed barn conversion in Assington, Suffolk isn’t quite what you are imagining. Read more

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Barbican living: Apartment in Seddon House on the Barbican Estate, London EC2

Barbican living: Apartment in Seddon House on the Barbican Estate, London EC2
Barbican living: Apartment in Seddon House on the Barbican Estate, London EC2

Another opportunity to live in this sought after space, with an apartment in Seddon House on the Barbican Estate, London EC2 now up for sale. Read more

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Airbnb find: 1950s Harry Seidler-designed modernist property in Newport, New South Wales, Australia

Airbnb find: 1950s Harry Seidler-designed modernist property in Newport, New South Wales, Australia
Airbnb find: 1950s Harry Seidler-designed modernist property in Newport, New South Wales, Australia

This is a dream of a place. Even better, you can rent this 1950s Harry Seidler-designed modernist property in Newport, New South Wales, Australia for a break. Read more

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Art deco renovation project: Four-bedroom property in Frome, Somerset

Art deco renovation project: Four-bedroom property in Frome, Somerset
Art deco renovation project: Four-bedroom property in Frome, Somerset

You might need to use your imagination to see the beauty in this 1930s art deco property in Frome, Somerset. Read more

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1960s modernism: Ian Fraser & Associates-designed property in Newnham, Hampshire

1960s modernism: Ian Fraser & Associates-designed property in Newnham, Hampshire
1960s modernism: Ian Fraser & Associates-designed property in Newnham, Hampshire

We love this 1960s Ian Fraser & Associates-designed modernist property in Newnham, Hampshire, as well as the contrast it has with the setting. Read more