'Aamodt Plumb Architects' has given a New England home, originally built from a number of old barns, an elegant and contemporary renovation.
This single-family home was originally created in the 1950s by converting a cluster of old barns located in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Aamodt Plumb was brought in this year to help provide a pragmatic and minimalist renovation to this isolated barn house.
Measuring in at 4,300 square feet, the 'Modern Barns' received a glass-walled entrance alongside a cedar screen to help provide some privacy for its inhabitants. An open plan kitchen space is also included inside the house featuring glossy white cabinets and additional windows to provide a beautiful outdoor view. Additionally, the living room was given bleached-ash flooring paired with mid-century furniture, and an upstairs master bathroom received a skylight along its sloped roof.
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