Situated on the outskirts of a rural village in Aberdeenshire.
The design is for a three bedroomed detached dwelling with a double car port. Retraining the existing ‘L’ shaped traditional stone and slate steading that sits on the site.
The dwelling form is in direct response to the steading in terms of form, roof pitch and proportions. The gable window is of similar size to the hay loft door on the steading gable and the use of Red/brown zinc or corrugate is in reference to the rusty corrugate roof already present on the steading lower section.