Bothy Project by Roderick James Architects

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, an Artist Studio in the Scottish Highlands

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.