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Thistle Hill Farm

Located upon a 200-acre farm of rolling terrain in western Wisconsin, this new, single-family sustainable residence implements today’s advanced technology within a historic farm setting. The arrangement of volumes, detailing of forms and selection of materials provide a weekend retreat that reflects the agrarian styles of the surrounding area. Open floor plans and expansive views allow a free-flowing living experience connected to the natural environment.
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Mary T wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of those chairs?
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ihuber

That is the Barcelona chair, Mies van der Rohe

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wendythomas79 wrote:
Who is the maker of the coffee table?
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Curtis wrote:
Wood flooring? - What species of wood is the floor?
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sgbggb wrote:
Remodel - What material is used on fireplace wall?
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Shaw Coates wrote:
Beautiful fireplace, what is the material? - Is this split-faced travertine?
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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: A Contemporary Home on a Working Farm
The inside of the house connects to the outdoors in ways beyond the views. For example, the large hearth is crafted from local limestone, as was the original barn’s foundation. The hearth is two-sided; the other side serves the large front porch. Doors on either side slide into pockets hidden by the fireplace surround, inviting in the summer breezes.The rhythm of the trusses is the same from indoors to out, but they change from Douglas fir inside to steel outside. “The clients wanted this home to be as close to no maintenance as possible,” Bickford says. The steel, red cedar siding and metal roof require little maintenance and last a long time.

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kephillips64 added this to Ranch house ideas
I like this shape for the fireplace, but would like to use wood instead of stone.
Jenn K added this to Living Room
Layout?? Too closed in with furniture

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