A Modernist Time Capsule by Erno Goldfinger Asks $4M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Commissioned by businessman Jack Perry in 1967, the Teesdale House is the only post-war British home by the Hungarian-born architect Erno Goldfinger still in its original condition.
If the name Goldfinger rings a bell, it is probably due to the fact that the temperamental "bad boy" architect, best known for his Brutalist concrete high-rises, also inspired the James Bond villain of the same name.