A sophisticated demonstration of re-purposing.

by The REJIGIT Blog

Birdseye Design is a design and building company based in Richmond, Vermont for more than thirty two years and Brian J. Mac is the practice's principal architect.

Birdseye Design are responsible for a project known as Woodshed which is a guest house located in the foothills of the Green Mountains in Pomfret, Vermont, U.S.A.

The design is based two asymmetric gable roof structures which connect at the rear by way of a vestibule and the structure is clad with a siding comprising re-purposed Douglas Fir and Pine timber snow fencing material together with horsing corrals. Sections of interior walls are clad with vertically placed siding and on the rear wall, narrower, horizontal slats create a screen like effect

Photography: Jim Westphalen

Landscape design: Wagner Hodgson Landscape Architects

Interior design: William Christopher Design

Builder: Colby & Tobiason