The interior of the barn required a good amount of work, since the original
structure had a rather thin floor that felt,
according to architect Julien Jalbert, “like a
trampoline.” Yet the family was committed to
keeping the character of this historic building.
Fortified by glue laminated timber (glulam), it now sits away from the road, overlooking a lush wild meadow (restored with great care by landscape architect William Joyce).