The concrete structure branches inside the old barn, allowing it to be easily converted into two residential units. Made up from board-marked concrete and extending across all three floors of the building, the addition forms doorway arches, service islands, and holds all the bathroom and kitchen accommodations and storage spaces.
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Birch plywood and concrete dominate both the exterior and interior of the building, with patchwork patterns of stone, brick and timber marking the original walls deliberately left exposed to accentuate the rustic quality of the space.
+ Freiluft Architektur
Via Plataforma Arquitectura
Photos by David Aebi