Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for rent and sale across the world. Among our discoveries is a minimalist coworking space in Berlin and a brutalist home in the Belgian countryside.

Minimalist Berlin coworking space in Berlin, Germany

4 rooms; €750,000 via Fantastic Frank
This minimalist commercial space in Berlin is presently operated as a coffee shop but is being marketed as a potential coworking space, gallery or studio. Scandi-inspired interiors include white walls, bespoke wooden joinery, dark terrazzo flooring and lofty ceilings. White subway tiles complete the look. See more.

Brutalist countryside home in Kortessem, Belgium

4 bedrooms; €1.495m via Architectenwoning
This brutalist countryside home exemplifies a holistic approach to site-specific design, carried out by Holistic Architecture. Living spaces are cut into the side of the sloping plot, hunkering behind a full-length glass façade that peeks onto a nature reserve surrounding the Belgian property. Get a closer look.

Art collector’s home in Houston, US

Photography: Jonathan Calvert, courtesy of Clayton Katz and Compass

4 bedrooms; $3.25m via Compass
This boxy Houston home was designed by Texan architect Scott Strasser in 1989 for a family of art enthusiasts. Modernist principals were used to craft the River Oaks property’s geometric volumes and clean lines. A private courtyard sits at the heart of the house while a white, rendered façade gives way to minimalist interiors with industrial concrete floors and exposed steel beams. See more.

John Lautner’s iconic Wolff Residence in Los Angeles, US

Photography: Darwin Nercesian, courtesy of George Salazar and Tilsia Acosta/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties

4 bedrooms; $6.5m via Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties
John Lautner’s Wolff Residence was designed as a homage to his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright‘s iconic Fallingwater House. The dramatic 1961 home sits on a steep plot above Sunset Plaza in Hollywood Hills West and was commissioned by interior decorator Marco Wolff Jr. Get a closer look.

Black cedar and glass 1950s home in Buckinghamshire, UK


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5 bedrooms; £3m via The Modern House
This black cedar and glass midcentury home in the UK’s Buckinghamshire overlooks Stoke Court Conservation Area through its floor-to-ceiling glass windows. You might recognise the modernist home which is often used for film and photoshoots, appearing in Black Mirror and the BBC’s Gold Digger.

Casa Cuoco in Civitacampomarano, Italy


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Sleeps 4; POA via Airbnb
Airbnb’s community project Casa Cuoco in Southern Italy was designed by Eligo Studio. Italian scholar Vincenzo Cuoco lived in the historic property in the early 19th century and now guests can learn about his site-specific works, the local village, and gather to discuss architecture and art.

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