The Tea Hut
The brief: To replace an existing wooden summerhouse built in the 1950’s for ‘taking tea’ whilst looking out to the sea loch.
The design: A fully glazed (midge proof), steel structure, accessed from an existing stone plinth and cantilevered out over a cliff with a partially glazed floor. The precarious location demands that the building will be constructed on the plinth and then winched out into it’s final position. Accommodation in the central core includes tea making facilities, a live / work study, a fold down bed and a shower room.
Watch a video of the Tea Hut being moved into position here