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This instrument maker wanted a barn for his workshop and gallery that would reflect his commitment to craftsmanship. The showroom is on the second floor and features scissor trusses.
This handsome bank barn has three stories including the basement, and can be accessed by vehicles on the street level.
This barn features clerestory windows and a single-story workshop that extends the length of the building.
Hammerbeam trusses support the roof of this light-filled barn with second story access for vehicles. Find out more here.
Our clients wanted a barn for their antiques business that fit with their antique house. “English” barns, with double doors on the side as was common in colonial days, can still be seen in the New England countryside – and now our clients have one of their own.
These creative clients had a distinctive vision of the barn they wanted, and came to us with a sketch.
Our client sited her studio on the edge of a small pond behind her house. Find out more here.
Scissor trusses add drama to this artist’s workplace.