In the 1970s, a radical architect led an entire street to roll up its sleeves and rebuild the houses that would otherwise have been bulldozed. Forty years later, the homes have become sought-after properties.
A property in Edinburgh with a hidden bath and disappearing walls is named house of the year by the RIBA.
Villa Namazee is Gio Ponti's only work in Iran, but is to be replaced by five-star hotel.
Villa Namazee is modernist Gio Ponti's only work in Iran, but is to be bulldozed and replaced by five-star hotel. Iranian architect Mehran Gharleghi explains the importance of the building to Tehran. (Photo: Villa Namazee in Tehran. Credit: Hamed Khosravi/Tehran Project)