Architect Designed Kit Houses - Delivered, Erected And Built
Modern self build house kits, structural panel and timber frame, architect design, from Hebridean Contemporary Homes, Scotland, UK.
Loch Duich - Rural Design Architects - Isle of Skye and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
Award Winning Contemporary Scottish Architecture for the Rural Landscape based in the Isle of Skye and working throughout the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Specialising in Timber construction and sustainable design.
Glenfarne | Leitrim
A modern farmhouse which blends both traditional forms with contemporary materials in a subtle manner. The materials also echo the traditional farm buildings on site incorporating lime mortar, natural stone and zinc into the finishes.
House in Blacksod Bay by Tierney Haines Architects
Seaside house in Ireland by Tierney Haines Architects where three sandstone wings protect an inner courtyard from coastal winds.
This house is located on an elevated site overlooking lough derg in the context of an older estate known as Castlelough demesne. This dwelling is designed as a single storey courtyard house typology, similar in scale to some of the worker cottages which are part of the heritage of Demesne’s. In addition it is proposed not to place the car parking to the road side of the dwelling, in order to further reduce the traditional arrangement of a large asphalted set down areas to the front of the…
Open Plan Bungalow
This design has a traditional Irish cottage front with traditional form and vernacular. The rear of the property is where the licence to introduce architectural flair was given, this is evident in …
Carlow House - Tierney Haines Architects
New build house in Co. Carlow, completed 2017. The H plan form, making two open courtyards, maximises light and views while placing the double height hallway at...
lough eske | Donegal
This bespoke home presents a modest public façade to the north side of the dwelling before opening up to the rear to maximize the magnificent south facing views of Lough Eske, Co. Donegal.