Futuristic solar home hidden inside 18th-century stone ruins – Gears Of Biz

The stone ruins of an 18th-century Scottish farmhouse have been introduced again to life because the envelope for a surprisingly fashionable solar-powered home. Nathanael Dorent Structure and Lily Jencks Studio crafted Wreck Studio with layers like a palimpsest, from the 200-year-previous farmhouse body to futuristic and tubular inside shell. Along with using photovoltaics, the dwelling was constructed to close passivhaus requirements and boasts a brilliant-insulated envelope.

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

This uncommon home situated within the distant Scottish countryside retains an outwardly rural look with a pitched roof and exterior stone partitions. As a substitute of utilizing timber for the pitched envelope, nonetheless, the architects clad the construction in black waterproofing EDPM rubber. Stranger nonetheless is the pair of inside curved shells, inserted inside the rubber-clad envelope, fabricated from insulating recycled polystyrene blocks and coated with glass-bolstered plastic. These white futuristic “tubes” function hallways connecting the centrally situated communal areas with the bedrooms situated on both finish of the home.

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

“Emphasizing the narrative of time, these three layers additionally replicate totally different architectural expressions: the random pure erosion of stone partitions, an archetypical minimalist pitched roof, and a free type double curved floor,” wrote the architects. “These three layers should not designed as impartial elements, slightly, they tackle which means as their relationship evolves by means of the constructing’s sections. They separate, come collectively, and intertwine, making a sequence of architectural singularities, revealing simultaneous studying of time and house.”

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

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Pure gentle fills the predominately white inside and huge home windows body views of the Scottish countryside. The furnishings are stored minimalist and are largely constructed from gentle-coloured wooden; gridded timber bookshelves situated within the tube adhere to the curved partitions. Parts of authentic stone partitions are introduced into the home.

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Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

Ruin Studio by Nathanael Dorent Architecture and Lily Jencks Studio, adaptive reuse farmhouse, Scottish passivhaus, farmhouse ruins turned into modern home, Ruin Studio in Scotland,

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