A castle-like home by London studio Denizen Works that’s vying for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Finest Constructing in Scotland Award is the main target of this video, produced by Stephenson&.
The brief movie is the primary in a sequence being printed by Dezeen this month with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) to highlight the award’s 2023 shortlist.
Stephenson& captured the monolithic, sculpted type of Hundred Acre Wooden and the way it sits inside its dramatic environment whereas additionally providing a glimpse of its spacious inside.
All through, Denizen Works founder Murray Kerr defined how his studio got here to develop “the language of the constructing” from a clean canvas by following solar and wind patterns.
“We began to speak about, nicely, what if the home is nearly a form of discovered strong after which will get eroded by the climate,” he mentioned.
“Which is why the west elevation that faces the prevailing winds is rather more form of damaged down and the remainder of the home.”
The Andrew Doolan Finest Constructing in Scotland Award is held yearly by RIAS to rejoice the works of Scottish architects. This 12 months’s winner might be introduced on 30 November and obtain a £10,000 money prize.
Two college buildings – Campus Central on the College of Stirling and Laidlaw Music Centre on the College of St Andrews – are additionally vying for the title of Scotland’s finest constructing for 2023.
The ultimate challenge on the four-strong shortlist is a home that includes a destroy, which was longlisted within the rural home class of the Dezeen Awards 2023.