This Farmhouse is a Cor-Ten Steel-Clad Dream

By Caroline Ednie / Published by Dwell

From the bones of a neglected farmstead in rural Scotland emerges a low-impact, solar-powered home that’s all about working with what was already there.

"The house is always the perfect temperature. The only way you get cold in this house is if you’re coming down with a cold—it’ll be your own internal thermostat," Angelique Robb says with a laugh, as she surveys the light-filled and beautifully temperate open-plan living area of the new home that she shares with her husband, Gavin, and their children, Scarlett, five, and Gus, two.

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