Seaside Single House, a rebuilt stone barn in Tuscany | modostudio

A crumbling stone barn in Tuscany was turned in a contemporary home with 2 bedrooms in 969 sq ft. | www.facebook.com/SmallHouseBliss

This attractive small house has an enviable location overlooking the seashore of Monte Argentario National Park in Tuscany. The architects from modostudio designed the 90 m2 (969 ft2) house within the remnants of a half-collapsed stone barn. The stones remained to rebuild the barn in its original form, but with new window openings. The roofing is terracotta tile, a traditional roofing material in the area.

A crumbling stone barn in Tuscany was turned in a contemporary home with 2 bedrooms in 969 sq ft. | www.facebook.com/SmallHouseBliss

The living and dining room is at the front of the main gabled space, facing onto a large patio. A small shed-roofed addition at one end houses the kitchen while also helping to form a sheltered courtyard at the side of the house. There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms at the back of the house, however the layout is a bit awkward in that visitors would have to pass through one of the bedrooms in order to reach a bathroom.

A crumbling stone barn in Tuscany was turned in a contemporary home with 2 bedrooms in 969 sq ft. | www.facebook.com/SmallHouseBliss

The bedrooms are separated from the living area by a wall of storage cabinetry, with closets on the bedroom side and shelves and cabinets on the living room side. The closets and their contents will help to acoustically isolate the bedrooms from any noisy activity in the living area.

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Via Plataforma Arquitectura.

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