Windy Hill designed by Kerry Goodwin of Moorcroft
“Windy Hill” 520/8 Vase designed by Kerry Goodwin of Moorcroft Windy Hill, a picture-perfect home in Kilmacolm, Scotland,
is one of only two private homes built by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Mackintosh was commissioned to build Windy Hill
in 1900, when he was just 32 and embarking on what promised to be a brilliant career as an architect. Furnished by him and
his wife, Margaret Macdonald, the home features incredible fireplaces, paneling, stained glass, light fixtures and decorative
schemes. Kerry’s design honors this intrinsic part of Scottish heritage as she places Windy Hill amongst Art Nouveau swirls in
surrounding meadows, footpaths and skies.