The new studio was erected inside the existing brick walls of the barn, while the aluminium ceiling was added separately, its angles chosen to ensure adequate sunlight. “The roof breaks the limits of the building and forms a contrast to all the other architectural elements. Even the slope of the new roof is different from that of the main building,” says Brian Wendin, architect and daylight consultant at VELUX Denmark.  Photo 5 of 6 in Danish Farmhouse Turned Contemporary Art Studio