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Flax Bourton modernist property / Artist Constructor


This 1970s Artist Constructor-designed modernist property is one of a group of five houses in the village of Flax Bourton, just outside Bristol. According to the 20th Century Society, this was a speculative development by brothers Bob and Tim Organ, presumably as a showcase for their talents and their aspirations as architects. That’s despite neither brother actually having any formal training as architects.

Each of the houses differs in look, but each one was constructed with meticulous planning, from the choice of plot through to the layout and the interior design of the finished build. Obviously time has changed each one, but the house here is still incredibly striking and at first glance, as contemporary as they come, despite dating back to 1972. The guide price is £950,000 — via WowHaus

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