It is undeniable that rustic residence is the type of residence that many would like to reside in and if you also happen to like rustic residences and you wish to build one, you might need an inspiration in building the residence.
The rustic residence architected by Tierney Haines Architects is one of the residences you can get some design inspiration from if you consider building a rustic residence you and your family can reside in.
The said rustic residence is located in Mayo, Ireland and it was created in 2012 for a client. The rustic residence, of course, has a lot to offer to the client who now resides in the residence.
The design of the rustic residence itself was inspired by farm properties located nearby including thick walls from stone which protect the interior of the residence from severe weather.
The residence itself is actually a family house and the rustic design the house has just makes it a great family house to live in as it can offer a lot of comfort to the residents.
Here are a number of things that you might have to know about the rustic residence if you want to build a rustic residence and consider getting inspiration from the residence.
Constituting a rustic residence, the house is actually a house for family gathering and the house itself has a kitchen which lies at the heart of the house. The house also has two storey blocks which can be closed off in the winter.
The house also uses sandstone which is as hard as granite and the stone has a warm variety of tones and moreover, it also brings continuity from the houseâ€™s exterior to its interior. The sandstone, of course, is not the only stone the house has since the house also has rough dry-stone which is used as the wall of the house.
Also amongst the varied astonishing things the rustic residence can offer are curtains which are created from un-dyed linen. In the house, sandstone is also used to mask the windowsâ€™ frames and aside from having a lot of astonishing things to offer, the house is also a BER A rated.
The rustic residence is BER A rated for HRV ventilation, energy using 320-mm cellulose insulation, taking benefit from the houseâ€™s south facing aspect, as well as geothermal heating.
If you are impressed with the astonishing design of the house, you can look at the pictures shot by Stephen Tierney to see for yourself just how astonishing the rustic residence is.