Sited on the rugged coast of Scotland's Isle of Tiree, the Mannal House adds a modern silhouette to the agricultural relic dotting the area. The structure takes on a gabled form clad in blackened timber and glass. This contemporary facade merges with walls of rebuilt stone, nodding to the historical heritage of the property. As you pass through the entry courtyard, a break in the masonry frames in views of Hynish and ancient lighthouses. Internally, stone floors and wood beams are presented in a minimalist manner, allowing immersive views of the sea to become the main focus.
Photos: Gilbert McCarragher / Denizen Works