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On the market: 1930s Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex

1930s Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex
1930s Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex

Something of an iconic build, although the interior of this 1930s Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex is perhaps very different to the original. Read more

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On the market: 1950s Ren Fer-designed midcentury property in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire

1950s Ren Fer-designed midcentury property in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire
1950s Ren Fer-designed midcentury property in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire

Thanks to Tim for flagging up this 1950s Ren Fer-designed midcentury property in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, which was designed by the architect for his own use. Read more

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On the market: 1960s Jacques Rabinel-designed modernist property in Aubergenville, central France

1960s Jacques Rabinel-designed modernist property in Aubergenville, central France
1960s Jacques Rabinel-designed modernist property in Aubergenville, central France

It was probably something of a design statement 50+ years ago and in 2014, this 1960s Jacques Rabinel-designed modernist property in Aubergenville, central France is still well out of the mainstream. Read more

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On the market: 1970s Malcolm Smith-designed Wallend property in London NW5

1970s Malcolm Smith-designed Wallend property in London NW5
1970s Malcolm Smith-designed Wallend property in London NW5

Old meets new with this 1970s Malcolm Smith-designed Wallend property in London NW5, which is now up for sale. Read more

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In need of renovation: 1920s Le Corbusier-designed Cite Fruges property in Pessac, Aquitaine, south-west France

1920s Le Corbusier-designed Cité Frugès property in Pessac, Aquitaine, south-west France
1920s Le Corbusier-designed Cité Frugès property in Pessac, Aquitaine, south-west France

Now this is something special. But you’ll need a lot of time and we suspect a bit of money to do justice to this 1920s Le Corbusier-designed Cite Fruges property in Pessac, Aquitaine, south-west France. Read more