Ernö Goldfinger’s first major project in the UK was 1-3 Willow Road in north London, built in 1938. The Hungarian-born Goldfinger had set out to create a home in Hampstead—where he and his wife had lived since 1934—that would showcase his talent as an architect, but the project was the subject of controversy rather than admiration at first. Though it is now one of London’s best-known modernist homes, his plan involved demolishing a row of Victorian cottages, drawing the ire This story is from Kinfolk Issue Fifty Buy Now Related Stories Design Interiors Issue 51 Axel Vervoordt Inside the world of Axel Vervoordt. Interiors Issue 48 Gil Schafer Inside the all-American family home. Interiors Issue 47 Home Tour: Vill’Alcina For nearly 50 years, architect Sergio Fernandez has found political purpose and refuge at his vacation home. Interiors Issue 46 Cult Rooms Alberto Rosselli’s Mobile House presaged “vanlife” half a century ago. Interiors Issue 41 A Home in Arles François Halard built his reputation on photographing other people’s homes. Now, he’s turned the lens on his own interior. Interiors Issue 39 Hôtel Martel A visit to the Parisian cul-de-sac where the legacy of Robert Mallet-Stevens lives on.