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1920s Walter Gropius Zuckerkandl House in Jena, Germany

1920s Walter Gropius Zuckerkandl House in Jena, Germany
1920s Walter Gropius Zuckerkandl House in Jena, Germany

I just wish there were more photos of this one available. But the ones we can see are enough to convince us that the 1920s Walter Gropius Zuckerkandl House in Jena, Germany is something very special. More

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On the market: 1950s Alexander James Jr-designed modernist property in Dublin, New Hampshire, USA

1950s Alexander James Jr-designed modernist property in Dublin, New Hampshire, USA
1950s Alexander James Jr-designed modernist property in Dublin, New Hampshire, USA

Love this place. which has a very famous name hanging in the background. But for now we’ll go with the Alexander James Jr-designed modernist property in Dublin, New Hampshire, USA. More

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On the market: 1930s modernist property in New Hope, Pennsylvania, USA

1930s modernist property in New Hope, Pennsylvania, USA
1930s modernist property in New Hope, Pennsylvania, USA

Sadly we haven’t got the name of the architect, but we do know the famous name that influenced this 1930s modernist property in New Hope, Pennsylvania, USA. More

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On the market: 1960s Leon Brown and Thomas Wright-designed modernist property in Washington DC, USA

1960s Leon Brown and Thomas Wright-designed modernist property in Washington DC, USA
1960s Leon Brown and Thomas Wright-designed modernist property in Washington DC, USA

When you think of mid-20th century US properties, you perhaps don’t imagine something like this 1960s Leon Brown and Thomas Wright-designed modernist property in Washington DC, USA. In fact, it has more than a hint of 1930s modernism about it. More

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On the market: 1940s Norman and Jean Fletcher-designed modernist property in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA

1940s Norman and Jean Fletcher-designed modernist property in Lexington, Massachusetts
1940s Norman and Jean Fletcher-designed modernist property in Lexington, Massachusetts

It’s a house built by architects for architects. But right now, anyone can buy this amazing 1940s Norman and Jean Fletcher-designed modernist property in Lexington, Massachusetts. If you have the money, obviously. More

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