the project

This is inspired by the Scots Baronial and Arts and Crafts language of Robert Lorimer but with a modern interior to gain more light than was traditionally characteristic. The main spaces were designed with windows on two or three sides and sited to maximise a magnificent view down the Clyde Estuary from its site on the Kilpatrick Hill.

How we worked

The traditional design and more modern interior utilised a simple symmetrical plan. A traditional pallet of materials was used in the design including slate roofs, lime harled walls and timber windows.

Success of the project

The project made excellent use of its surroundings and slotted in without jarring with the surrounding environment. The interiors offered successful modern appeal and conveniences with light, flowing spaces within a simple plan.