Above: S. Russell Groves designed the interiors of this 19th-century barn (which was moved from Canada to Connecticut), merging modern elements with classic American pieces.
Above: An artist’s residence on Long Island by Selldorf Architects; photos by Nikolas Koenig.
Above: A barn-like vacation house in Amagansett designed by New York architect Alex Scott Porter, who used salvaged timber throughout the project. After graduating from Columbia’s School of Architecture, Porter worked at the New Jersey Barn Company, disassembling antique timber-frame barns and designing reassembled structures. See more of Porter’s work on the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.