Devray House

Located in the hamlet of Panbride on the east coast of Scotland, Devray House is contemporary in design while incorporating elements of the surrounding cottages to tie it in with the local architectural style. Built with a timber frame and clad in local Defind stone from the nearby Pitairlie quarry, the T-shaped structure has been designed to withstand the sea salt and harsh sea breezes. It has been super-insulated, triple glazed with aluminium frames to the exterior and timber within, partially coated in silicon render that won’t discolour, its fascias and soffits are made from a coloured cement particle board, galvanised steel for the rainwater goods and the roof is Spanish slate, all are which are durable and strong.