This conversion in the Irish village of Broughshane started out with something that was already truly an object of beauty: a crumbling old stone barn. With some clever manipulation, they turned the old barn into a light-filled, contemporary living space.

A small home built around an existing stone barn structure in Broughshane, Northern Ireland, UK. Designed by McGarry-Moon Architects.

Gallery of Escobar Renovation / Chen + Suchart Studio - 4

Gallery of Escobar Renovation / Chen + Suchart Studio - 4

Image 4 of 26 from gallery of Escobar Renovation / Chen + Suchart Studio. Photograph by Winquist Photography

Farmhouse by Studio Farris

Farmhouse par Studio Farris

WORMIT HOUSE / wt architecture / An internal reconfiguration of spaces to connect this house to its garden level and let it enjoy the great views over the Firth of Tay. Walls of shelves connect the floors vertically down a new staircase and a big new projecting bay window for the dining room unlocks the panoramic views. The project was completed in April 2011.

Wormit House in Fife, by William Tunnell Architecture. Great contrast between the stone and the glass; I love how this extension just punches out from the building.

Rénovation d’une grange par Bureau Fraai

Smart Design Studio - Orama Residence - Photo by Sharrin Rees

contrast door way - minimal trim // Smart Design Studio - Orama Residence - Photo by Sharrin Rees

Gallery of Fitzroy House / Julie Firkin Architects - 1

Gallery of Fitzroy House / Julie Firkin Architects - 1

Image 18 of 30 from gallery of Fitzroy House / Julie Firkin Architects. Photograph by Peter Bennetts

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