Barn house by d’apostrophe

I have been obsessing over this house for a while now and cannot believe I have not posted about it yet…This brilliant 5300 sq. ft. barn transformation in Remsenburg, NY by d’apostrophe design headed up by Francis D’Haene, a belgian architect was created for one of the founders of the Le Pain Quotidian. They literally re-engineered the whole structure, knocking down interior walls and creating a perfectly balanced minimalist + rustic interior. Can I please live here?


Cedar planks salvaged from a working barn. Double set of custom Dutch doors.



Ahhh, everything I <3…douglas fir floors, white lacquer kitchen, rustic ceiling beams, the extra wall sofa by Piero Lissoni and pops of color (red) in the vintage moroccan rug.


<3 <3 <3





Custom cabinetry by Poliform. I happen to love the concept of linear windows behind cooktops/sinks like this.


I love the idea of a big banquette around the dining table…very cozy. Tom Dixon beat pendants, Hans Wegner wishbone chairs.


This is a yoga room! A-frame, rustic wood ceiling beam, minimal sleek walls, carrera marble floors and a big happy picture window. Sigh…



Gregory Holm Photography | Interior Design July 2010

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  • cabbagerose

    Unbelievable!  May I rent the yoga room from you?  Such inspiration…

  • What wonderful dark wood on the outside

  • Anonymous

    what an amazing space! if you are going to live here, i am definitely coming to visit.  i love how the whole house has such a great sense of progression.  from the beautiful/minimal front walkway to the unique stairs…LOVE 🙂  amazing find, thanks for sharing this with us. xx