Stephen Taylor Architects
A new porticoed shed with room for fifty cows is the most visible feature of the extensive revamp of a historical farm, a project intended to curb a widespread exodus from the countryside. Drawing inspiration from the barchesse, the agricultural wing
Vitruvius wrote that where building is concerned, human beings owe much to animals, the hut and the cave being versions of more primitive architectures: the nest crafted by birds, and the burrow dug by mammals. This essential similarity has been ackn
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