This video produced by Stephenson& spotlights a rural home by Glaswegian follow Ann Nisbet Studio, which is shortlisted for this 12 months’s RIAS Andrew Doolan Greatest Constructing in Scotland Award.
It’s the third quick movie printed this month by Dezeen with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) and Stephenson& to highlight the award’s four-strong shortlist for 2023.
Within the video, the home named Cuddymoss may be seen inside its context, adjoined by a former stone break and animated by altering shadows over the course of the day.
Excessive of the footage, Ann Nisbet Studio’s founder describes the ambition for the house, which was primarily to protect as a lot of the 200-year-old break as potential.
“It was necessary that we retained as a lot of the break as potential and that we did not attempt to put it again to type of romanticised model of what you would possibly assume it might have been 200 years in the past,” Ann Nisbet mentioned.
“And any extension or alteration or intervention that we did, we needed it to sit down in concord with the break, we did not need both half to be extra necessary than the opposite.”
The 2023 winner of the Andrew Doolan Greatest Constructing in Scotland Award will probably be introduced on 30 November and obtain a money prize of £10,000.
Alongside Cuddymoss, one other home vying to win the prize overlooks a loch and was designed by Denizen Works to resemble an object “eroded by the climate”.
The opposite two initiatives on the four-strong shortlist are college buildings – one is Campus Central on the College of Stirling and the opposite is Laidlaw Music Centre on the College of St Andrews.