Budapest-based Paradigma Ariadné architecture studio was invited by the city of Sándorfalva to design a buffalo barn and an educational trail into their natural protected land that today is wholly covered with reeds. The initial aim of the development was to immigrate buffalos to the place.
This commission is part of our work as Gea Desarrollos, from where we carry out the San Lorenzo Industrial Park located at the intersection of the Rosario-Santa Fe highway and the RP10 in the Province of Santa Fe. The building is located on a lot that faces the highway, becoming visible to the passage of vehicles that transit daily.
To the south of the M40 motorway, in an industrial area that forms the background to the extension of Carabanchel neighborhood, a pharmaceutical company requires the extension of its facilities to centralize its logistic activity. The original building is an amalgam of volumes making up the corner of an industrial park, where the combination of elements has configured the brand identity.
Photography by Reto Guntli and Brian Ferry Architecture and interior design firm BarlisWedlick has completed a residential project in Ancram, New York, that includes three different buildings – a barn and pool, the main house, and a sauna tower. Let’s take a look at the different structures… The Barn & Pool BarlisWedlick salvaged and relocated […]
In Ancram, NY, two hours north of New York City, architecture and interior design firm BarlisWedlick salvaged and relocated a 19th-century barn from a nearby town and transformed it by painting it black with bold, red-framed windows for its new owner. The barn, built with Passive House principles, includes a loft with a fireman’s pole that leads to a studio apartment, a wood-burning stove, and a Tesla charging station. A highlight of the barn is a photovoltaic array built into the roof that provides power to multiple buildings on the property.
This winter home for sheep is situated in the courtyard of a heritage farm in the Dutch town of Hummelo. The scale of the surroundings and the proximity of a 19th-century farmhouse required a modest and accurate design for an ancillary structure easily set in the hierarchy of buildings. This led to an abstract interpretation of a common local barn.
Located in the Templeton Gap area of West Paso Robles, California this simple agricultural storage structure rests at the toes of the 50 acre James Berry Vineyard and the adjacent Saxum Winery sitting just over 800 feet away. Designed as a modern pole barn, the reclaimed oil field drill stem pipe structure’s primary objectives are to provide an armature for a photovoltaic roof system that offsets more than 100% of power demands on the winery and to provide covered open-air storage for farming vehicles and their implements, workshop and maintenance space, and storage for livestock supplies.
Photography by Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard Architecture studio La Firme, have completed the restoration of a 100 year old barn in Quebec, Canada. The project saved a 100-year-old building from being destroyed, and in turn, the original structure was entirely salvaged. Each piece of the hemlock structure was numbered and ultimately reinstalled, with the framework guiding […]
We designed this workshop and storage facility for a landscaping contractor whose property lay within a watershed conservancy area. Conservation regulations limited allowable building coverage on the land and our client sought to reduce the sprawl of soil stockpiles and material pallets strewn around the surface of the site.