Isle of Skye

From elevated ground amongst working crofts, this small stone and blackened timber dwelling captures a panorama spanning from the headland of Rubha nam Brathairean to the escarpments of the Trotternish Ridge.

An historic drystane wall which once crossed the site was carefully repaired, a frameless glass window was cut into it, and a living room lined in pale plywood nestled alongside.

A new wall of locally reclaimed stone and turf wraps around to form an entrance, and enclose a clay plaster-lined shower and bedroom, sheltered from the elements.

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Photographs: Dualchas


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