The house is located on the hills in the countryside of Holywood Co.Down, surrounded by stunning long-distance views of Scrabo Tower, Strangford Lough, Isle of Man, Scotland and Whitehead.
The topography of the site and its 360-degree views dictated an upside-down approach to the design, with the living space upstairs and bedrooms accommodation downstairs.
The dwelling is approximately 2900 sq ft with a two-storey glazed entrance and the bridge leading to the first-floor accommodation.
The space is further enhanced with the geometry of the sloped ceiling, strategically located balconies and glass boxes to the side.
Extensive use of glazing allows inhabitants to take advantage of all the views and increase natural light.
A covered outdoor area with a BBQ stretches the boundary of the kitchen, and living/dining space, allowing the homeowners to enjoy life regardless of the weather.
The exterior palette of materials comprises natural stone cladding to the ground floor, and white crisp renders upstairs with a natural slated roof.