Beautiful Houses: The Houl in Scotland
- Nov 18, 2011
The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more...
This week we present you the beautiful The Houl.
The Houl is a project by Simon Winstanley Architects, a house that received the 2011 RIBA Award (The Royal Institute of British Architects). The house is sited in a natural concave area of hillside with spectacular landscape setting of the river Ken valley and the ridges of the Rhinns of Kells hills opposite. The intention was to create a contemporary single storey ?long house? which is recessive in the landscape, sustainable in its construction, very low in energy consumption, and aiming for zero net emissions of carbon dioxide for all energy use in the house. Make sure to visit Simon Winstanley Architects to read more about this amazing project.
This place is incredible. Besides the great views, materials and spaces, the house is sustainable, which is really nice. I loved everything in this house, definitely wouldn't mind living there ;)
Check out Simon Winstanley Architects website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time.
We found this house at ArchDaily.
I'm Gisele Muller, someone who loves communication, design, creativity, technology and everything in between. A brazilian current living in San Francisco Bay Area, USA. Twitter user: @gismullr