Archive for the ‘Barn’ Category
Friday, July 20th, 2018
Article source: Officina82
The little wooden building was designed starting from the detailed study of rural constructions formerly used as barns or foliage sheds next to chestnut groves.
The proportions, the structural system and construction details have been redesigned into a small building annexed to the main house, maintaining a strong link with the rural architecture of the area and thus a coherent landscaping.
The building is located at 1,000 m a.s.l. in the heart of the Italian Ligurian Alps. The large windows on the southern facade open to a wide horizon leading to the French border. An opening on the northern wall, of the width of a chestnut board, reveals the woods at the border.
Image Courtesy © Officina82
- Architects: Officina82
- Project: Cabanon in Italian Ligurian Alps
- Location: Tuscan Archipelago, Italy
Thursday, July 12th, 2018
Article source: HILBERINKBOSCH architecten
Traditionally, most farmhouses in the Meierij of ’s Hertogenbosch, a former administrative realm or bailiwick, have their separate parts such as living quarters, storage space and cowsheds integrated into a single building. Over time, however, these compact buildings frequently became too cramped to house all of these functions and a separate barn was added. These were usually built from locally available materials and largely followed the structural pattern of the farmhouses themselves.
Image Courtesy © René de Wit
- Architects: HILBERINKBOSCH architecten (Annemariken Hilberink, Geert Bosch)
- Project: Sixteen oak barn
- Location: Berlicum, The Netherlands
- Photography: René de Wit
- Software used: Adomi ASD
- Client: project HILBERINKBOSCH at own property
- Collaborator: Frenske Wijnen
- Contractor: Zandenbouw, Aarle-Rixtel
- Sawing: Brabant Hout
- Building period: May 2017 – January 2018
Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
Article source: Jan Couwenberg Architecture Research, Environment, Design
On the countryside of the small village of Biezenmortel, on the edge of a national natural reserve, lies an old farm. Trough several generations the farm has slowly been transforming to a biological farm, giving place for rare cows, donkeys and shelter for the herd of sheep from the adjacent natural reserve. Beside this, the farm is host for dement elderly, who come as day guests and experiencing the wellbeing at the farm. The new building is a transition between the existing farm house, the farming and the elderly care.
Image Courtesy © John van Groenendaal
Sunday, February 11th, 2018
Article source: Tiago do Vale Architects
The Dovecote-Granary is a place of serenity and introspection, where one can establish a strong connection with both nature and oneself. Without a conventional function the space is its own purpose: a treehouse-temple of sorts.
Image Courtesy © João Morgado
- Architects: Tiago do Vale Architects
- Project: The Dovecote-Granary
- Location: Ponte de Lima, Portugal
- Photography: João Morgado
- Client: António Paulino, Casa do Cruzeiro
- Architecture Team: Tiago do Vale, María Cainzos Osinde, with Maria João Araújo, Camille Martin, Eva Amor, Hugo Quintela
- Footprint: 183 ft2 (17 m2)
- Construction Area: 452 ft2 (42 m2)
- Project Year: 2015-2016
- Construction Year: 2017
Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
Article source: Liddicoat & Goldhill
The design eschews the language of the typical barn conversion, instead making the cluster of historic agricultural buildings into an atmospheric getaway for relaxing and gathering.
Our clients, a fashion designer & a digital designer, are avid collectors of reclaimed architectural artefacts. Together with the existing fabric of the barn, their discoveries form the material palette. The result – part curation, part restoration – is a unique interpretation of the 18th Century threshing barn, a building type that often engenders a uniformity of approach when converted.
Image Courtesy © Will Scott
- Architects: Liddicoat & Goldhill
- Project: The Ancient Party Barn
- Location: Folkestone, United Kingdom
- Photography: Keith Collie And Will Scott
- Client: John Sinclair (UsTwo) and Deborah Harvey
- Structural Engineers: Fluid Strctures
- Total Construction Cost: £480,000
- Gross Internal Floor Area: 213m2
- Completion Date: Winter 2014
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Article source: Priyanka Arjun and Associates
INNOVATIVE DESIGN FEATURES
1. Traditional Stone with Lime mortar construction- Buildings made of stone and lime gain strength over years and can stand for centuries. Hence conventional methods of preparing lime mortar with local ingredients were employed. Local karigars (craftsmen) worked on the project.
2. Barn Style Architecture- Barn building style is merged with traditional Rajasthani architecture to suit hot and dry climate. This style is chosen as the client is British national.
Image Courtesy © Priyanka Arjun and Associates
Thursday, August 24th, 2017
Article source: Christian Prasser
The owners wished to convert a small existing farmhouse on the main street of the town of Jois, Austria into a comfortable home extended by a large barn. As is customary in a Burgenland street village, the narrow farmhouse extends lengthwise from the main road into the garden at the rear. A green area about 4 m wide runs parallel with the house, separated from the neighbours and the street by high walls, and there is a large barn at the rear of the plot.
Image Courtesy © Philipp Kreidl
- Architects: Christian Prasser
- Project: Farmhouse M1
- Location: Burgenland, Austria
- Photography: Philipp Kreidl
- Project Manager: Bianca Medem, cp architektur
- Colloboration: Alexander Bader, cp architektur
- Floor Area: house: 187 m², barn: 144 m²
- Site Area: 719m²
- Start of planning: 09/2013
- Start of construction: 03/2014
- Completion: 06/2015
Friday, June 2nd, 2017
Article source: Antonin Ziegler Architecte
In the Regional Natural Park of Boucles de la Seine, a barn in ruins was reconverted into a place of residence. Abandoned at the edge of the river, it used to hold the fodder for the haulage horses. Its thin weatherboarding had been worn away over time – only the timber framework remained.
Image Courtesy © David Boureau
- Architects: Antonin Ziegler Architecte
- Project: The Barn
- Location: Notre-Dame-de-Bliquetuit, France
- Photography: Antonin Ziegler and David Boureau
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- Budget: 262 000 €
- Area: 217 m² net floor area
- Delivery: 2016
Thursday, April 6th, 2017
Article source: SBSA – Sandri Barbara Smaniotto Andrea Architetti Associati
The original building dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and it is an example of the so-called “tabià”, a typical alpine construction, famous in our region Veneto which was used in farmer times as stables and barn. The structural type of this tabià is called “a telaio” with wooden beams and pillars.
Since it is placed on a sloping ground, the tabià has a partially buried basement, composed by walls made of stone.
Image Courtesy © Renato Gianturco
Sunday, January 22nd, 2017
Article source: Houben & Van Mierlo Architecten
Amsterdam North is rapidly developing into a diverse and desirable district of Amsterdam. In a special location in the heart of this neighbourhood, Houben & Van Mierlo Architecten have designed the renovation of two old ‘potato barns’ into contemporary residential properties for two families, including an in-house photo studio for the famous photography duo Scheltens & Abbenes.
Image Courtesy © Houben & Van Mierlo Architecten