Tigh Culloch


This house sits on a plot created by subdividing the very large garden of a 19th century manse. The existing stone walled garden allows the living spaces of the house to fully open up to the south without compromising privacy. These large glass-walled rooms remain quite hidden from view until entry, adding a sense of drama to the spaces.

Diagonal views through the open planned areas increase the sense of space in what is a relatively tightly planned dwelling. The whole plan is devised to incorporate an air of mystery where not everything is revealed at the outset.