Kinlochlaich Treehouse: oak door facings


Kinlochlaich House is a listed building with its own beautiful gardens and a specialist garden plant centre set in a 18th century octagonal walled garden.

Our brief was to design an eco treehouse to provide an extra special self-catering holiday experience.

The treehouse sits amongst the trees in an old orchard and is perched on the edge of a ravine above a woodland burn.

Designed to be contemporary and green the treehouse has a lime render finish on 'breathing' timber frame walls with arched windows and a Ballachulish slate roof complementing the historic house.

Internally a whole oak tree supports the roof with circular stairs winding up to a gallery. Scottish oak was used extensively for the specialist joinery which was skillfully executed by Nor-Build.

Kinlochlaich Treehouse • oak door facings
Kinlochlaich Treehouse: oak door facings
Kinlochlaich Treehouse: radial joists and oak floor
Tower Buildings, Station Road
Birnam, Perthshire PH8 0DS

Tel: 01350 728116