February 15, 2020 – Clayton & Little architects were commissioned to build a sustainable agricultural facility, attentive to the landscape and recycling material. An interesting challenge for an architecture project.
The architects used recycled material and proposed a typology of facility with a characteristic structure in the area, designed as a modern “pole barn” (the name “pole barn” stems from the 1930s. Due to a disrupted economy from the Great Depression in US, when farmers turned to the most cost-efficient materials they could to construct new buildings: recycled telephone poles.)

Good Architecture in the Countryside. Saxum Vineyard Equipment Barn by Clayton & Little