View from the upstairs bedroom. "In this simple farmhouse, ‘fine’ materials would have been alien," say the architects. Thus, they limited materials to concrete, pine, and smooth white plaster. "This reduced palette is invigorated with the addition of fresh colors selected in close collaboration with the clients," the architects add. Photo by Laura Stamer.Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!
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14 etc -- #4 Blair Barn, Wisconsin, Empire Development, Timber slatted screens provide welcome shade from the hot sun in the Blair Barn. The screen is also effective in reducing uncomfortable breezes. The tilt-out screen opens up the space to the views, while the mix of vertical and horizontal slats create interesting light and shade patterns inside.