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Ushida Findlay wins green light for £10m country house

Ushida Findlay Architects has won detailed planning permission for its '21st-century vision for modern country living' in the form of a land-hugging house. Grafton New Hall in Cheshire will cost about £10 million and feature four sandstone-clad fingers (pictured) which form the building's wings, said project architect Peter Maxwell. The twostorey house will include family and visitor wings; a culture wing with art gallery and 20-seat cinema; and a leisure wing with sauna, gym and ...

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