The property Outhouse in Gloucestershire, for example, which was built within the last few years and was nominated for the Stirling Prize, is heavily indebted to Modernist ideas around open-plan living, maximising natural light, a truth to materials and a connection to nature.
At The Modern House we believe that good design can add significant value to your life, and fundamentally improve your wellbeing.
Modernism had its roots in the concept of democracy, and we try to remain democratic when it comes to selling, representing homes across all price points. However, we do discriminate when it comes to good design. It could be a converted chapel with soaring ceilings; a loft apartment with raw concrete columns; a graceful glasshouse in the grounds of a stately home; a Victorian semi with carefully curated interiors. It might be a dusty relic of the Modernist era that’s waiting to be brought back to life.
Above all, we always ask ourselves this: is it a home that engages, excites and lifts the spirits?