Architect Preston Scott Cohen resurrected an early 1800s barn as a vacation home for a literary couple and their family, calling to mind both the agrarian spaciousness of the structure’s former life and the vernacular of its new function as a house. Transcending both, Cohen created a piece of architecture that is at once porous and opaque, familiar yet otherworldly. The Pine Plains, New York, home of Elise and Arnold Goodman boasts 48 windows, some expansive, some refreshingly tiny. Photo by Raimund Koch. Photo by Raimund Koch.