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In our latest issue, Home, Charles Holland took a trip down memory lane to rediscover a series of modernist gems in villages around Essex. We asked Catherine Hyland to take some photographs to accompany the article – see them here and follow @iconeye on Instagram for more
A 50m-long courtyard surrounded by monolithic concrete walls creates an air of mystery around Valerio Olgiati’s retreat in rural Portugal
In a London conservation area, David Kohn has managed to sneak a wily back-garden extension past planning officers in the form of a fox
At IMM Cologne, the Chinese duo created a series of rooms piled high with furniture to explore the tensions between rapid urban growth and the "blind" consumption of design
Two partners at London practice DSDHA have built themselves a concrete family home, sunk into a garden in Clapham
A south-west London family and their architect have given a modern twist to the local vernacular with a double-gabled steel and glass house
Ryue Nishizawa has used plants, stairs and windows to create the illusion of privacy and space in this tall, narrow urban home.
Architect Guilhem Eustache has incorporated cinematic references and surrealist symbols into this house in Morocco for a Belgian filmmaker.
Madrid-based architect Juan Herreros sees this no-frills holiday home in rural Spain as an animal occupying but not transforming the landscape.
The minimalist form of this house in Peru draws attention away from itself, focusing instead on stark views of desert and ocean.