These two dwellings are currently on site and they occupy and make use of their panoramic view of the irish sea that stretches from the Mull of Kintyre to the Isle of Mann. These are two carved white man made pieces of the landscape that fold and inflect to maximize light and view all year round. We see these articulate little places as defiant envelopes to the elements, and sensitive moments in the landscape where the uninterrupted views of the sea will feel like standing in the bridge of a ship or the threshold of an unexplored terrain. By using every tool at the designer's hand, we've minimised these home's impact on the environment in a number of ways. The green roof replaces what's been lost in the footprint and provides an excellent low maintenaince and great insulating system. We collect the rainwater from the roof and use it to assist internal functions of the home. We've doubled the width of the cavity's to allow much greater amounts of the sustainable insulation, and we've specified the most environmentally efficient energy saving devices inside which reduce dramatically the energy bills of the homes every year.