Set within a serene two-hundred acre horse pasture, this residence offers a modern living space
inside an architectural framework reminiscent of its pastoral surroundings. It is a contemporary take
on the farmhouse, with reminders of simplicity in architecture and detail of craftsmanship. This same methodology was translated into the construction of the home by timber framing, truss construction, and local materials. Interior wood work, plank walls, cabinetry, flooring and stair construction followed suit with collaboration between architect and craftsman to develop a home that is spatially open yet highly detailed in its elements. The home’s essence lies in the reclaimed materials highlighted as design features. Wood trim, salvaged doors and hardware, glass, and tabletops find new life in the house as unique accent pieces and personal trademarks. These aspects combined create a sense of harmonious living and a meaningful connection to the land.