A minimalist weathering steel barn is built on the James Berry Vineyard in Paso Robles, California. The project was executed by Clayton & Little — an architecture studio based in Texas.
The design of the structure is made to be quite minimalist. Its purpose is to serve as a storage space for farming equipment. Given the material that Clayton & Little used for the weathering steel barn, it is safe to say that construction was cost-effective and future maintenance is going to be a breeze. Moreover, when determining the features of the structure, the architecture firm put particular emphasis on sustainability — a feature that is quite important nowadays. As a result, the weathering steel barn is made out of reclaimed oil field pipes and panels. It also has solar panels on the roof.
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