The Barn Home / Paul Uhlmann Architects
Textual content description supplied by the architects. This residence was designed to be a rural weekend getaway for reoccurring shoppers; a busy metropolis couple and their youngsters. An current driveway meanders via the property, flanked by sprawling jacarandas that result in the constructing. This concept of ‘The Barn’ was embraced in each exterior type and the inside areas, because the constructing was meant to be an escape for the household to go and revel in their horses.
The bottom flooring plan utterly opens to have interaction with the sprawling garden and grounds of the property. This permits cross-ventilation, and the flexibility of the household’s younger youngsters and their associates to return and go as they please. Cathedral-like ceilings and home windows are encapsulated by uncovered structural timbers to border views to the paddocks and bushland beneath.
Upstairs, the bedrooms have skylights to observe the clouds go previous throughout the day, and the celebrities by night time. A beneficiant bunkroom allows the youngsters to host a number of associates over the weekend whereas the adults can entertain individually on the bottom flooring. The design of the constructing, clad internally and externally in Australian hardwood with a zincalume roof, created a powerful singular rural type that sits like a rural shed in a setting of each farmland and bush.