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Ackling Cook Bothy by Reiach and Hall Architects

  • Once an abandoned shelter is now the extension of a remote cottage for owners Roger Ackling and Martin Cook in Ettrick Valley, Scotland. The bothy is made of out black charred timber slates and acts as a shadow behind the main home  providing a vibrant, modern living space. Designed by Reiach and Hall Architects, this deserted piece of architecture now plays an integral role as a comforting little abode for the residents to enjoy.

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    Once an abandoned shelter is now the extension of a remote cottage for two families in Ettrick Valley, Scotland. The bothy acts as a shadow behind the owners main home and provides a vibrant, modern living space. Designed by Reaich and Hall architects, this deserted piece of architecture now plays an integral role as a comforting little abode for the owners to enjoy.

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