Brockloch Bothy comprises four modules, each with its distinctive pyramid roof and roof lights, and is completely off-grid. Lighting and power is provided by roof mounted solar p.v. panels, cooking with gas and heating from a wood burning stove. Four modules are linked together and modelled internally to create light , harmonious space. The internal walls are spruce solid timber paneling,the exterior is clad in panels of horizontal and vertical larch and within the breathing wall, floor and roof construction are layers of natural sheep wool insulation. The floor is engineered oak board. An entrance hall opens onto the light filled, living space, revealing the landscape framed through two sets of double glazed sliding doors at the rear. The kitchen area is defined by the hand built, hand painted, free standing oak cabinet which houses the gas oven and fridge, its solid oiled oak worktop has a set in stainless sink and gas hob; open shelving and painted panels compliment the cabinet and the elements combine to create a homely backdrop for the dining table and chairs. The couch and wood burner define the sitting area on the opposite side of the space and the light floods through the south facing sliding windows, which open onto decking and the hills beyond. A separate double bedroom is simply decorated with timber shelving and wooden hanging pegs. Panels of soft colour on the spruce walls articulate the space throughout. Glazing has been thoughtfully positioned, with large, south-facing, sliding doors to maximise the daylight and frame the wonderful views; its four skylights illuminate the pyramid ceilings by day and frame the Galloway Dark Sky and its stars by night.