Bovina Residence

adaptive reuse, Architecture, Green Design, Interiors

Kimberly Peck, restored barn, Bovina Residence, reclaimed wood, natural light, Bovina, Catskills, structural insulated panels, corrugated aluminum, concrete slab

Brooklyn-based Kimberly Peck gave a 19th-century barn a stylish 21st-century upgrade. To make the stunning Bovina Residence, the architect restored and relocated the old farm building to its new location in Bovina, the town that gives the home its oxen-like name. Due to the extremely cold winters in the Catskills, insulation was a primary concern, but once that was out of the way, the architect designed some stunning, eclectic interiors using plenty of reclaimed wood, which provides the house with an undeniable warmth.

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