I now believe there is such a thing as timeless architecture.
The Rose Seidler House is one such piece of art. Built in 1949, it still looks amazingly modern from the outside.
The inside looks great too, except because it's a historic house, the furniture are somewhat retro and I'm more than dubious as to whether they actually work.
But all in all, I've been utterly amazed by how such an old construction can still be something that is so charming now.