Brotherton Barn goes beyond what we’d expect to see, considering the rustic exterior that doesn’t tell a thing about what’s really happening inside. The Anderson Orr Partnership made from this barn an incredible place to live, mixing together modern and rustic elements and conferring such an elegant flair.
The visible wooden beams from the ceiling, the little chandelier hanging so close to the dining table, in the same way the three lamps hang above the kitchen countertop are some interesting rustic features coming as a beautiful contrast with the modern kitchen appliances or furniture from the living area.
Upstairs, a small art gallery is improvised on the two walls, while offering an open view to the rest of the public spaces from below. And as these would not be enough, the transparent floor made of glass reveals what’s beneath the feet, as well, giving a full perspective over the ground floor.