This new timber frame and stone house, situated on a sloping, wooded site with loch views, seamlessly integrates into its surroundings while minimizing tree loss. Local materials and blackened timber cladding reduce visual impact, and large windows maximize water views. The house is constructed off-site using factory-produced timber techniques, reducing time and environmental impact. Ground screws replace concrete for the foundation. Inside, a modern and luxurious Heridean-inspired design features timber and limestone cladding, poured microcrete floors, bespoke joinery, and unique bathroom fittings, creating a cohesive and tranquil atmosphere.