Gallery: Scotland’s Three Glens House Exceeds UK Energy Standards With ...

 
Three Glens is a five bedroom farmhouse in southwest Scotland that showcases the best in site-sensitive green design while achieving harmony with the ancient landscape. Mark Waghorn Architects worked closely with the client to harvest local materials for the new build and to ensure it exceeds UK energy requirements. Insulated with wool sheared from the farm's own sheep and powered by a wind turbine, this gorgeous stone and timber home shelters its occupants from the harsh landscape.

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  1. bruce mcmyn June 23, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Hi
    Like your idea of using your own wool. We are building a new house on the solway and come up against problems using our own wool. not up to regs etc. did you have yours treated or is this extra insulation out with building regs.
    Bruce .

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