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The future of Creek Vean, the first major work by Team 4, is in the balance following the death of owner Rene Brumwell. The house in Feock, Cornwall, was built in 1964-67 by Richard and Su Rogers and Norman and Wendy Foster for Su Rogers' parents, Marcus and Rene Brumwell. The house has been left to the Brumwell's three children. It was put forward for Grade II* listing in July 1998, but downgraded to Grade II by Tony Banks. Director of the Twentieth Century Society Kenneth Powell has tried to interest the National Trust in the building but said: 'I have come up against a blank wall of regional conservatism.'

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