By 15th August 2022

One of our director Tom Robinson’s favourite architectural challenges is designing sympathetic architecture on Scotland’s idyllic west coast islands. So, we were delighted to take on this project, for the redevelopment of a traditional Scottish cottage in a stunning shore setting on the isle of Jura. The plan requires replacing a dilapidated existing house, but keeping in place the nearby stone remains of a former crofting cottage.

Our design proposal is for a typical white Highland-style cottage with slate roofing, yet with 21st-century comforts, attention to sustainable building methods and energy efficiency, including substantial insulation and heat-pump technology.

Find out more about the project here: New traditional island cottage

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