Spaces that double between living and working are a great success in so many ways- with one being the delightfully simple connection between the two. Being able to walk across the way to get work done, or slip home for lunch has its perks– and the architecture of this space by Oppenheim Architecture is a beautifully done example.
The existing part of this space is an old farmhouse that’s now been updated to feature long farm-style table work surfaces and light wood floors to maximize the somewhat limited natural light for Oppenheim Architecture themselves. Energy efficiency was also an important part of the remodel, with the contemporary home’s new build incorporated into the green designs. There are multiple levels and a basement floor of the residence, while the office promotes a floor plan similar to the barn’s original bones.