New Construction American Farmhouse Reclaimed Wood | McLean, VA
With existing mature trees in mind, this new home is incorporated into a site in McLean that preserves one of Virginia’s disappearing population of barns. Traditional rural architecture is referenced in the rustic stone walls and the contrasting second story board & batten dorms and rafter tails. On the interior a similar foil is created. Simple but refined trim work and cabinetry are contrasted with timber, reclaimed wood floors and slate tile.
An existing structure on the property in McLean, VA, where this modern farmhouse was built, was renovated into a poolhouse and studio with reclaimed wood – see how DC architect Donald Lococo repurposed this space. Poolhouse Renovation McLean Virginia Architect