A rare piece of Californian Modernism exists on the Norfolk coast, built in 1971 by British architect Robin Spence, and we went to stay for the weekend!
Archives for January 2014
With the market for Mid Century Modern design as buoyant as ever, is it possible to collect designer furniture on a shoestring?
Like your own personal interior designer, Living Retro leads the reader leads through an array of stunning homes, each with their own take on living retro.
Cherrill Scheer of the Hille family, pioneers of modern furniture manufacture in the 1950s and ’60s, shows us around her Modernist London home.
Is Modern architecture less accessible than other forms of Modern design? Gerard McGuicken explores the relationship between ownership and appreciation.
Why have we been slower to re-assess British Modernist architecture than we have mid century furniture here in the UK? Jeremy Tracey seeks to find out.