Minimalist Barn in Cambridgeshire

Rising from the fens of Cambridgeshire is a solid old barn converted to a minimalist home and work space. Old Victorian bricks add an industrial element while OSB defines spaces with the larger void and is used to create furniture.

Eclectic Barn Conversion

Rustic barn meets exuberance and style. Quirky meets practicality. Concrete and chandeliers, modern art and aged oak beams. A barn conversion in Burgundy by Joséphine Gintzburger is pastoral perfection. It’s rough luxe and bucolic drama and…

Curved Roof Farmhouse Loft

This mod farmhouse isn’t your typical countryside home. The curved roof gives the house this amazing distinctive silhouette with a striking arched glass wall, flooding interiors with natural light while framing the surrounding view.

An Old Mill

This charming home respects the original architecture of the old mill which the project replaced. Stone and wood give this place a lovely traditional feel. But the interior design also features some contemporary furniture pieces which are pleasantly combined with vintage details, creating truly charming decors.

Balancing Barn

Balancing Barn, a cantilevered holiday home near the village of Thorington in Suffolk, England. The Barn is 30 meters long, with a 15 meters cantilever over a slope, plunging the house headlong into nature. Living Architecture, an organization devoted to the experience of modern architecture, commissioned MVRDV in 2008. Mole Architects from Cambridge were executive architects and Studio Makkink & Bey from Amsterdam collaborated on the interior.

Modern Rustic Barn

New York-based architect Russell Groves did a tremendous job preserving the existing structure and bringing modernity to this barn. He knew how to use the height of the building to create even more interest with dramatic Capiz-shell globe chandeliers and with gorgeous furniture, many from his own collection.

A barn’s new life

This old barn in the Netherlands was transformed into a gorgeous family home by Dutch architects Maxwan. They made the owners very happy by giving them what they were longing for: a large kitchen/living room area for them to relax, entertain friends and host wine tasting parties for their customers.

Just make it bigger…

In this barn-turned loft there is apparently just one rule: Make it bigger! Giant fruits, large Gardeco, industrial lamps, oversized closets all found home in a slender and transparent, but monumental gray and black interior.

Northwest Peach Farm

The Northwest Peach Farm was designed for holiday and relaxation by Bates Masi Architects.Far away from city crowds and traffic, the house was designed to make every day unique by providing a range of destinations within the site with diverse scales, functions, and views.

Stable conversion

It’s time to loosen up the definition of “loft” – a home does not necessarily need to be located in a city to have the elements of loft living, especially with conversions.