T-shaped houses

The T-shape plan means that there will be windows on two sides of each room to make best use of natural light.

The layout creates a forecourt to the street and a private sitooterie to the back leading out from the living room.

The courtyard could be a useful private space, with a sheltered microclimate.

T-shaped house axonometric

First floor

Ground floor

Granite masonry base with red painted timber above.

Timber wall painted with Swedish Falu Rödfärg

Zinc roof

Vertical windows

Glass balcony

Bare timber wall

Formal front- informal back

Smaller windows facing the street -big windows facing the garden

Homes that face the sun



Front garden

Setback door

Home office to the street

Meeting whilst coming and going.

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This is the site of An Camas Mòr LLP, the partnership set up to take forward the proposal for a new community at An Camas Mòr. Its company number is SO 301 015.