6m x 6m douglas fir frame erected as a walkers retreat, with a small gallery, shower room, open plan living area with a log burner. The walls of the retreat are clad in douglas fir weatherboarding and the roof is finished with western red cedar shingles.” – Roderick James Architects
See more at Roderick James Architects. Photos by Roderick James Architects.
The Inshriach Bothy was the first of these live/work studios. It sits surrounded by birch trees and heather in a small hollow in the Cairngorms National Park. It was built in 2011 through the efforts of artist Bobby Niven, architectural designer Iain MacLeod and a team of volunteer builders, supported by grants from the Royal Scottish Academy.” – Small House Bliss.
How’s this for a tiny house in a landscape? To learn more and to see more of The Inshriach Bothy at Small House Bliss.