File 64 - Taybarn

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Taybarn // 232

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CA CAC 28-64

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  • 1997-2001 (Creation)

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2 drawings : prints ; 21 x 28 cm, 28 x 43 cm
3 photographs : colour
1 collage photograph
13 photocopies of photographs

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File includes two axonometric drawings (prints, 21 x 28 cm, 28 x 43 cm), 3 colour photographs, 1 photograph collage, 10 photocopies of photographs, 3 colour photocopies of photographs, negatives (no project file).

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John Schreiber's last architectural project is an expansion of an existing barn and farmstead along the Tay River near Perth, Ontario, for himself and his wife, Monika Taylor Schreiber. The overall composition includes a major addition and rebuilding of the barn to create a residence carefully linked to a new studio/residence, further developing the ideas of environmental sustainability explored in Solominium and other projects. The landscape was also redesigned to create a number of gardens interweaving with the river and the natural landscape.

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