28 Sep. 1995|
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Czech studio 3+1 Architekti has added a zigzagging wooden extension over old stone walls to turn a former agricultural barn into a woodwork training centre.
Recognising the historical appeal of the existing structures, the architects convinced the client to insert the offices, classrooms and meeting rooms for the training centre inside the remaining walls of a ruined barn, rather than constructing an entirely new building. Czech studio 3+1 Architekti has added a zigzagging wooden extension over old stone walls to turn a former agricultural barn into a woodwork training centre (+ slideshow).
Woodworking firm Jacer asked 3+1 Architekti to create a training facility near the city of Usti nad Labem. An additional opening was inserted into the perimeter wall opposite the entrance to create a sight line through the building, connecting the central courtyard with undeveloped land to the south of the site. In addition to the barn, the architects converted a former stables on the western edge of the site into an exhibition space dedicated to events about woodworking.