A Modern Home Built Inside Stone Ruins

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Pairing Functional and Stylish With Old and Meaningful

If you’re the kind of person who loves all things old and antique, then this one is for you! This amazing house was built in the Scottish countryside with modern and futuristic materials. It creates quite a contrast to its stone ”envelope”, but it creates a comfortable and eco-friendly home. In spite of the 200-year-old stone walls around it, this home is super insulated and even uses solar energy.

“Emphasizing the narrative of time, these three layers also reflect different architectural expressions: the random natural erosion of stone walls, an archetypical minimalist pitched roof, and a free form double curved surface,” wrote the architects. “These three layers are not designed as independent parts, rather, they take on meaning as their relationship evolves through the building’s sections. They separate, come together, and intertwine, creating a series of architectural singularities, revealing simultaneous reading of time and space.”

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