Location: Tiree, Scotland
Project Year: 2013
Cost: £500k - £2mHouse No.7 sits on the beautiful Island of Tiree, the western-most of the inner Hebrides, with views out across the machair, the sea and the islands beyond. Conceived as a Living House, for the clients to use throughout the year, a Guest House; containing three bedrooms and associated accommodation; and the Utility; containing much needed welly storage and space for the necessary effects required for island life.
The architecture is characterised by a mix of both a traditional black house and agricultural steadings all integrated into the landscape.
The house has won an RIAS award, an RIBA National Award, Grand Designs Home of the Year 2014, a Scottish Design Award and a Saltire Housing Award 2014. The house has also been published widely.
The house from Duin Bay
The hall - a covered outdoor space
View to the fireView to the kitchen Buiding in the landscape