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First look: Ollier Smurthwaite's Manchester home

Up-and-coming practice Ollier Smurthwaite has submitted plans for this £250,000 house in ‘leafy’ Bramhall, South Manchester

The 214m² home, which will replace a 1950s bungalow, is split into two volumes – the larger two-storey building housing the lounge, kitchen and dining room and a lower ‘heavier’ building accommodating the bedrooms.

The Manchester-based practice was set up two years ago by Matthew Ollier and Alaster Smurthwaite who worked together at OMI Architects, Building Design Partnership and Ian Simpson Architects.

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