Case Study 22 – The Flower House

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Project Name: The Flower House

Building Type: Residential

Location: Scotland’s Housing Expo, Milton of Leys, Inverness

Architect: A&J Burridge

Project: The Flower House is a two-storey building which is entered through a bright and welcoming (two-storey) sun space. The living accommodation on the first floor maximises daylight from the roof lights and provides panoramic views to the Moray Firth, while the ground floor bedrooms take advantage of the south-east aspect.

Materials Featured: Cross Laminated Timber, Wood Fibre Insulation, Scottish Larch cladding, thermally modified larch

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