Sunday, October 28, 2012

Tom's Architecture Blog: Red Barn Gallery


Here's another architectural blog from Tom: 
Red Barn Gallery

How about a change?  Rather than bashing architects and complaining about all of the bad architecture out there, how about featuring one that is positive and good?  This one, in my humble opinion, fits the bill – the Red Barn Gallery located in Marquette, Nebraska.
Part of a 40-acre arts district, the Red Barn Gallery will serve as the public entry point and interpretive center for an Art Farm – an artist residency program that provides studio space in exchange for labor on an ongoing project on the farm.  The barn has been salvaged and moved to its new site.  The project is still in the fund raising stage of the project, and has been since 2005.  But the end goal is to masterfully restore and repurposed the barn for its new use.  Construction will be a collaborative effort of the architects, resident artists, and the Art Farm staff.  Here are some great pictures of the project that I cribbed from both the architect’s and Art Farm’s websites.
  


Moving the barn









 



  Artist rendering of the completed project




Architect’s model



Artist rendering of the gallery space

Check out more images at the architect’s website and other links below.
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