Loch Duich - Rural Design Architects - Isle of Skye and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
Award Winning Contemporary Scottish Architecture for the Rural Landscape based in the Isle of Skye and working throughout the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Specialising in Timber construction and sustainable design.
5 Things That Are HOT On Pinterest This Week
Here's a look at what's been trending on the Contemporist Pinterest boards in architecture, interior design and product design this week.
Cerno on Instagram: “Fire has always brought people together since the beginning of time. This snowy scene lit by a roaring fire keeps calling us closer.…”
623 Likes, 31 Comments - Cerno (@cerno_group) on Instagram: “Fire has always brought people together since the beginning of time. This snowy scene lit by a…”
Photo 1 of 7 in How Much Could You Do with 270 Square Feet?
This archetypal Swedish building form, shaped like a Monopoly house, serves as an artist’s studio, with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight. Photo 1 of 7 in How Much Could You Do with 270 Square Feet?. Browse inspirational photos of modern homes.
Photo 6 of 6 in Sleep Under the Northern Lights in an Icelandic…
Tagged: Outdoor, Trees, Woodland, and Wood Patio, Porch, Deck. Photo 6 of 6 in Sleep Under the Northern Lights in an Icelandic Bubble Hotel. Browse inspirational photos of modern outdoor spaces. From yards and gardens to patios and pools, explore design options for the ideal outdoor escape.
Northern Lights Scotland | See The Aurora Borealis | Wilderness Scotland
Northern Lights Scotland – When and where is the best place to view the lights, what is the best position and how can you photograph them?
6 best places to see the Northern Lights | Skyscanner's Travel Blog
If you're hoping to glimpse the Northern Lights, we've picked out the seven best places to see the Aurora in all its glory
The 7 best places to see the Northern Lights around the world | Metro News "You don’t always have to catch a plane to catch the Northern Lights. If you hop in your car and drive as far north as you can you’ve got as good a chance as anywhere in the world of seeing them. The northern Highlands and the Shetland Islands are two places we’d recommend, and you can even stay in an old lighthouse to watch them."