Located in Washington County, NY, this farm project preserves the rural integrity of the site. Working with Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects, the original 1860’s farmhouse was placed on a new foundation, and a barn (circa 1830) was relocated to the site to serve as a carriage house. New dry-laid stone retaining walls, stone patios, a 50-foot swimming pool, a family orchard, and a preserved stand of mature maple trees, all serve to integrate the farmhouse and barn structures within the site. Three old grain silo bases were repurposed as a fire pit and vegetable gardens. RKLA has also completed a city garden for this client’s unique Brooklyn residence - a 1900 Colonial Revival home in historic Prospect Park South.
Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects, LLP