Designed by Simon Winstanley Architects, this contemporary home is finished with high eco appeal. This low energy home overlooks to the Solway Firth in south-west Scotland, offering green surrounding view. The house is built on a sloping landscape with stone foundation, providing a strong and natural look. Topped by wood and glass enclosure, the house interior is flooded with plenty of natural light and amazing view of a suburban area and the sea. This countryside house is built by using steel frame with cedar panels and triple glazed windows, while an overhanging roof is used for the topping. The house is complemented with eco-sustainable features and Earth-friendly materials, such as the masonry base is finished using recycled quarry stone; high-insulation exterior walls, floor and roof; triple-glazed thermal windows; heat pump for sub-floor heating and hot water system with a closed combustion wood burning stove for back-up heating; roof-mounted Photovoltaic panels; whole-house heat recovery ventilation system.