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Architect Visit: Modern Barn Roundup

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Architect Visit: Modern Barn Roundup

June 14, 2010

A trio of barns to covet:

Photograph by Mylene Pionilla.
Above: Photograph by Mylene Pionilla.

A barn keeps company with a wooden split-rail fence; the facade of the barn and is painted in Sherwin Williams Greenblack. For more of this project, see Before & After: An “Ugly Duckling” Landscape Transformed, in NY’s Hudson Valley.

Above: Above: A 3,500-square-foot barn was transported from a neighbor’s property; it serves as pool house and guest quarters for a 75-acre property in the Hudson Valley two hours north of New York City. Photograph by Reto Guntli, courtesy of BarlisWedlick Architects.

For more of this project, see Architect Visit: A Passive House in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Photograph by Nikolas Koenig. Set on a \17-acre expanse on eastern Long Island, this artist’s compound by Annabelle Selldorf was “inspired by typical New England farm structures; the house, studio, garage, and pool pavilion form a quartet of taut, shingled and gabled volumes arranged around a central courtyard. The structures are positioned to provide a series of outdoor rooms.”
Above: Photograph by Nikolas Koenig. Set on a 17-acre expanse on eastern Long Island, this artist’s compound by Annabelle Selldorf was “inspired by typical New England farm structures; the house, studio, garage, and pool pavilion form a quartet of taut, shingled and gabled volumes arranged around a central courtyard. The structures are positioned to provide a series of outdoor rooms.”

For more, see Architect Visit: Annabelle Selldorf Artist’s House in Sagaponack.

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