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August 16, 2014 | Posted By: | Home |

We are very excited that Bramley has been featured in The Sunday Times “Modern Manors” by Laura Golden alongside some of our favourite modern buildings like The Barbican and Dune House.

Modern Manors by Laura Golden

“This is not a bungalow, it’s a slice of California cool buried in sleepy Old Hunstanton. Inspired by the Case Study houses of America, the architect Robin Spence built sleek, steel Bramley in 1971.

Many of the original fixtures are still in place, such as the bronze-anodised aluminium windows, which allow you to peel back the sides of the house. The rest of the vintage fittings have been collected by the owners over the years. Gems include an Ercol sofa and chairs, a G Plan sideboard and a Patrick Caulfield print in the bedroom – and yes, they will notice if you slip the vintage Newton’s Cradle into your holdall.”