Architecture firm Worrell Yeung calls this portion of their arresting upstate New York project a “spa shed”—and while it’s true the outbuilding is smaller than both the main home and the art studio on the bucolic property, it’s decidedly no shed. What it is is an expert study in abstract minimalism and a beautiful spot to meditate and unwind.
The building, with its half gabled roof and clean lines, references the other buildings, which in turn, took inspiration from its rural landscape (the main building was originally a converted dairy barn). Included in the luxe wellness shed is an outdoor shower, hot tub, and sauna.
Let’s do some ogling, shall we?
Photography by Naho Kubota, courtesy of Worrell Yeung.
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