"It only cost about $48,000 to build, which was incredibly cheap," says Turner of the Stealth Barn. "We got the Timber Frame Company to supply the shell, then we clad it and fitted out the interior and windows ourselves. The idea was to take the archetypal black tar-painted agricultural building and make an almost childlike icon of that."

A Pair of English Barns Hide Unabashedly Bold and Budget-Friendly Minimalist Interiors

"It only cost about $48,000 to build, which was incredibly cheap," says Turner of the Stealth Barn. "We got the Timber Frame Company to supply the shell, then we clad it and fitted out the interior and windows ourselves. The idea was to take the archetypal black tar-painted agricultural building and make an almost childlike icon of that."

Virginia Pole Buildings, Superior Buildings, horse barns, agricultural buildings, garages, run-in sheds

Virginia Pole Buildings, Superior Buildings, horse barns, agricultural buildings, garages, run-in sheds

Studio in an Agricultural Building / Charles Pictet Architecte

Gallery of Studio in an Agricultural Building / Charles Pictet Architecte - 3

Often relegated to the marginal and out of sight, farm and agricultural buildings are as much of a blank canvas for architecture as any other building progra...

Often relegated to the marginal and out of sight, farm and agricultural buildings are as much of a blank canvas for architecture as any other building progra...

Rural Scottish retreat features corrugated aluminium walls that reference local agricultural buildings

Rural Scottish retreat features corrugated aluminium walls that reference local agricultural buildings

The vacation home of Martin and Harriet Roth lies on Otnabog Lake, near the St. John River, in the tiny hamlet of Queenstown, New Brunswick. Although just an hour from Fredericton, the province’s capital, the place feels exceedingly removed and is sparsely populated (about 100 inhabitants).

House R Modern Home in Queenstown, New Brunswick, Canada

The vacation home of Martin and Harriet Roth lies on Otnabog Lake, near the St. John River, in the tiny hamlet of Queenstown, New Brunswick. Although just an hour from Fredericton, the province’s capital, the place feels exceedingly removed and is sparsely populated (about 100 inhabitants).

La almazara se encuentra en un paraje excepcional. Nuestro cliente descubrió las posibilidades de esta región para el cultivo de la aceituna autóctona arroni...

La almazara se encuentra en un paraje excepcional. Nuestro cliente descubrió las posibilidades de esta región para el cultivo de la aceituna autóctona arroni...

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