This house occupies an elevated site which has views over the Belfast Lough and towards Scotland.
The house has been designed so that all of the living spaces are on first floor.
The ground floor contains cellular bedroom accommodation with views over the landscaped gardens.
The house is based around a linear axis and rooms are organised to have views while ancillary rooms are located to the rear.
A large expansive external terrace allows out door living which blends seamlessly with the indoor space.
Floor finishes are carried from the inside to the outside.
The building is clad in Donegal Shale, Render and glass.
These materials give a richness and quality and compliment one another to give the house a facade which is simple but rich.