in the Solway Firth , between the border of England and Scotland and has a spectacular view. It was designed by Simon Winstanley. The design meets the requirements of customers, ” a contemporary house with energy-efficient design which fully encompass the views and relate to the context and the landscape “. The use of natural light , wood and stone elements minimize the visual impact of the house. The basement is composed of the garage and main entrance . The first floor contains the public space of the house , such as the room is transformed into a terrace with outdoor access to a spectacular view of the sea. The second floor contains the private space formed by the bedrooms and toilets. This project recently received the ” Saltire Society Housing Design Award “as well as the award for ” Design Commendation “by the Glasgow Institute of Architects , and the ” Institute of Building Harteros Commendation Award.