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Surf-style living

August 16, 2014 | Posted By: | Home |

Bramley has been featured in The Guardian again, in a great article called “Cool Cottages on the Norfolk Coast“.

“Not every house designed in the 1970s involves disco balls and wraparound shagpile, as this sleek single storey holiday home proves. Designed by architect Robin Spence in 1971, Bramley’s windows slide back for surf-style living, while the cork-floored kitchen is simple and elegant. This is no hushed museum piece though. The space is very family friendly: there’s Tupperware in the kitchen for picnics on the beach (five minutes’ walk away), Fat Boy beanbags for lounging and spill-forgiving turquoise upholstery on an Ercol sofa.”

Also featured was the recently completed The Long House, Cockthorpe which was designed by Hopkins Architects for Living Architecture.