GRAS with Wildland has designed Lundies House in Tongue, UK.
This project was intended to rebirth a 19th-century manse and its L-shaped courtyard into beautifully adapted luxury accommodation.
Situated in the village of Tongue, in the shadow of the iconic Ben Hope, Lundies House looks over its stone walls and gardens towards the ancient ruins of Caisteal Bharraich and the dramatic Kyle of Tongue.
The property has been meticulously repaired and sensitively adapted by Gras, to create accommodation in the form of three period-influenced guest suites and an attic-level apartment.
The creative team at conservation and hospitality organisation Wildland were deeply involved in all aspects of the project – from defining a clear, ambitious vision to sourcing and commissioning unique pieces of furniture and artworks at completion.
Designer: GRAS and Wildland
Project: Lundies House