Moxon Architects Studio

Embedded in the natural terrain, the Moxon Architects Studio sets up shop in the Scottish Highlands. The dual structures occupy an existing contour in the landscape. Each volume is separated by function, with the road-side building housing the more communal areas and the other consisting of private workspaces and meeting rooms. A covered walkway joins the two spaces and also acts as an outdoor break space to enjoy the surrounding forest's birch, rowan, and aspen trees.

Photos: Moxon Architects

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