The Glenelg property was built in 2021 by the Skye-based practice, and riffs on the agricultural forms of the West Highlands landscape. The house looks like a single-storey barn, and along with its adjacent bothy, is clad in sustainable larch that provides waterproof skin and takes on a silvery hue over time, softening its impact on the landscape.
Inside, the minimalist palette continues with oversized aluminium-clad timber windows framing views of the beach and the forested Highlands. Living spaces are set over a single level, with pitched ceilings adding volume across the white-washed living room and dining room, which are set around a wood-burning stove, tucked into the corner.
The Scottish beach house is for sale via The Modern House for £400,000 and includes a self-contained bothy with a corner bedroom overlooking the beach, kitchenette and bathroom.