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Courtyard A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in PennsylvaniaMSR Design completed the renovation of Private Estate (several properties with strong rustic elements). Located in the rural lands of Pennsylvania, the main residence which dates back to the 19th century, has “suffered” some transformations, becoming more modern and comfortable. The authentic feel was kept, for this was the client’s wish. The idea was to bring more of the outdoor inside the house and to open up the interior to the exterior spaces. In other words, a dialogue between these two environments was established, in order to create a harmonious living space. “Encompassing 14 buildings, the estate includes a main house with an orangerie, an adjacent yoga studio, three guesthouses, a dining hall with a commercial kitchen, barns (including a milking parlor, cheese processing facility, and cheese caves) and various agricultural buildings, greenhouses, gardens, and orchards.”

Elegance A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in PennsylvaniaThe back of the main house accommodates a green courtyard with a stone-paved alley and a variety of trees and plants. Floor-to-ceiling windows and roof openings bathe the interior in natural light. The unpretentious raw walls and the traditional stone cladding contrast with some of the modern finishings. The furniture is also shabby chic, specially chosen to create a unitary living environment. There are a couple of interesting elements of décor: such as “the green wall” (entirely made of plants), panels of rust (for an edgy effect) and a royal-like bathroom. An illusive contradiction of styles that work so, so well together!Private Estate A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Countryside House A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Picturesque House A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania House and garden A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Lovely House and alley A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in PennsylvaniaLovely Interior A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Wood and stone A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Rustic A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Green wall A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Eclectic style1 A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Table and shabby chic A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Master bedroom A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Walls and stone A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Triangular roof A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Green space A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in PennsylvaniaWood and glass A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Wooden addition A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Rust A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Modern meets traditional A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Farm A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Cheese production A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Plants A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Green and natural A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Back to basics A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Lovely surroundings A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania Snow  A Modern Reinterpretation of a Historical Rural House in Pennsylvania

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