Mingary Castle is thirteenth century castle on the west coast of Scotland, which has been painstakingly repaired and restored to its former glory by a team of highly skilled craftsmen.
Architect Francis Shaw wanted to only use Scottish stone in the project, something that may have been used when the castle was originally built. The majority of new stone used was Caithness Flagstone, with almost all other materials being reclaimed from the site. This included, flooring inside the castle; in both polished and riven finishes. Exterior paving, setts and steps in the courtyard and surrounding areas. As well as worktops in the kitchens. The courtyard features 5.4m long radius cut steps, cut to shape using waterjet cutting technology.
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