Laid out over the valley, at an altitude of 1,500 meters, this prefab off-grid house has a strong relationship with the local nature, abundant throughout most of the year.
In a celebration of the surrounding architectural and design vernacular but with a modern, contemporary interpretation, the Red Hill Farm House exudes a rural character but with an appropriateness to function imbedded deep in its design.
A new 3200 square foot country ranch for an equestrian family, located in a tranquil setting ideal for humans, horses, and many dogs. The project features an exposed heavy timber truss roof, open concept living
Tom Hurt Architecture Studio has renovated and extended in 2016 the Westrock House, a 1950’s farm house in Austin, Texas. The new six-level addition overlooks the Barton Creek Greenbelt. From the architect: We were asked to add a tower of spaces to a 1950’s ranch house – very specific living, work, and play spaces that […]
A project to convert a farm (consisting of a farm house, 2 large barns and 3 small outbuildings) into a house, for a family with two children, was developed respecting the tradition of Flemish rural architecture with a very contemporary approach to the plan. A plan that hardly suggested the classic farmhouse with irregularly overhanging […]
Napa Farm House is a single-family home designed by Stephen Willrich Design, located in Napa Valley, California. Inspired by the region’s agricultural heritage, the Main House of this Napa farm house is sited to frame the views of the surrounding vineyards and ridgelines beyond. In the tradition of the farm house vernacular, the board and […]