Thursday, May 5, 2011

Modern Farmhouse built around ruins in Scotland

In Scotland, a Modern Farmhouse Rises From Ruins. A house on the tiny Isle of Coll was built on the remains of one abandoned 150 years earlier. The home is on one of a group of islands known as the Inner Hebrides that has a population of about 200. Constructed on sand, it was abandoned in the mid-1800s when large cracks began to appear in the structure. View the New York Times Slideshow. Read the related article "Warm Respect for a Scottish Ruin"

1 comment:

ruby murray said...

Thank you for more gorgeousness as usual, I picked up a book at the library today that made me think you'd enjoy it too, so many amazing pictures of interiors.

Dream Homes by
Andreas Von Einsiedel
Johanna Thornycroft