Almost crumbling into ruin, WT architecture saved the classic mid-1700s abode on the Scottish Isle of Coll with contemporary renovaton. Wooden beams and steel make up the structure as it stands tall as an environmentally friendly home with a fractured facade that represents character and protection from the rough Atlantic winds. The once abandoned abode comforts residents with its sweeping banks of glass facing the breaking ocean and opens up the living spaces. Restoration of the massive stone walls surrounding this house allowed it to survive and become the wonderful source of well-being to residents once again.





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