Berkshires House V

This garage with a 700 sq. ft. guest bedroom and bath above is located in a semi-rural area.  A gable - penetrated by a curve – forms the roof of the carriage barn.  This traditional form of a double pitched roof with a shed dormer on each side becomes something new when the shed is pushed to new dimensions.  The steel structure of the curve becomes visible on the interior to make a dynamic “ceiling-scape”.  The exterior is finished with corrugated steel with wood trim.  Interior finishes include pickled maple wall panels, mosaic tile countertops, and floors of maple and slate.