An old 15th century barn gets remodeled and goes modern. What was once much darker and closed off is now more fluid, brighter and wide open.
I like the way they’ve keep the rustic character and volume with the detail in the beams and rafters while incorporating little modern flashes with the loft and skylights.
A sleek transition between the formal living area and separate sleeping quarters, the glass walkway is sweet.
A cool pairing at the dining area with the funky, white chairs and the natural stain of the birch table and high-back banquette seating. Also love the surface mounted disc style lights in the kitchen. Fresh.
Tim Capaldi photos via Contemporist