The project called for a ruined basalt barn, located on a remote coast on the Isle of Mull, to be repurposed and extended as a dining hall and restaurant. The Architectural concept, to retain the intimate character of the building whilst making the most of the grand barn within. Most of the existing structure was retained and any recovered stone repurposed as retaining walls or cladding. The dining hall roof was designed with a precambered, glulam ridge beam creating the vast, yet slender and proportionally pleasing exposed structure above. Oh, and we love the unpainted plaster finish to the dining hall!
Isle of Mull