Gardens, Grass, Exterior, Wood Siding Material, Barn Building Type, House Building Type, Gable RoofLine, Cabin Building Type, and Farmhouse Building Type Two hours north of New York City, an unusual barn emerges from a hill just off a country road. Its black siding and bright-red window frames hint at the imaginative playground inside. This space, with its rope-railed catwalk and indoor tent, is just one element of the multifaceted getaway architecture and design firm BarlisWedlick Architects designed for fund manager Ian Hague.  Photo 6 of 13 in A Passive House and “Sauna Tower” Join a 19th-Century Barn in the Hudson Valley

A Passive House and “Sauna Tower” Join a 19th-Century Barn in the Hudson Valley6/13

Two hours north of New York City, an unusual barn emerges from a hill just off a country road. Its black siding and bright-red window frames hint at the imaginative playground inside. This space, with its rope-railed catwalk and indoor tent, is just one element of the multifaceted getaway architecture and design firm BarlisWedlick Architects designed for fund manager Ian Hague.

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