A substantial renovation and extension of an 1868 farmhouse building has been designed to embrace the stunning vistas of the Scottish Highlands. The original house is reinstated at the heart of a tripartite composition: flanked by two distinctive and contemporary larch-clad barn-like structures, two frameless glazed bridges create a link between the buildings. These bridges form corridors of light, establishing a conceptual and visual separation between old and new. Sharp detailing is in synthesis with subtle reference to the local vernacular; the scheme sits sensitively and harmoniously in the larger rural context whilst avoiding pastiche.
Awards: Saltire Society Medal for Best Housing Project Scotland 2015 & Saltire Society Award Alterations, Renovations & Extensions' Scotland 2015
The Old Farmhouse
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Dr. and Mrs. Grant
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