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Historic barn to come down – piece by piece | Free Press Standard

A barn built on school board property in the 1800s will be distmantled and moved in January. The barn was sold in November at a public auction.

ECO Deconstruction Owner Jeff Albert told Director of Programs Ed Robinson every piece from the old barn will be re-purposed, redesigned, and given new life.  Much of the old barn wood he purchases is used for flooring.“It looks really good.  It is in really good condition from what I can see.  We will start at the top and work our way down.  People really like to use the hand hewn timbers when building homes.  And the stones have a good value too,” Albert said.

Source: Historic barn to come down – piece by piece | Free Press Standard

Milling opportunity; Timber from historic barn salvaged for redevelopment of former Abbot Mill – Eagle-Tribune: Local News

Milling opportunity; Timber from historic barn salvaged for redevelopment of former Abbot MillCourtesy photoMario Davila and Wesley Updike of Longleaf Lumber stand with one of the loads of reclaimed wood from the former Abbot Mill barn on Red Spring Road bound for re-milling in Maine.The wood is expected to be re-purposed for use in the main Abbot Mill building, pictured in the background.

The wooden floors, joists and decking of the early 19th century structure were salvaged by a reclaimed and antique lumber company and are expected to be reused in the redevelopment of the still-standing brick mill building on the site.

Milling opportunity; Timber from historic barn salvaged for redevelopment of former Abbot MillCOURTESY PHOTO Workers from Longleaf Lumber remove wood from the former Abbot Mill barn that is being re-milled for reuse in the redevelopment of the main mill building on the property.

via Milling opportunity; Timber from historic barn salvaged for redevelopment of former Abbot Mill – Eagle-Tribune: Local News.

Crumbling Stone Barn Renovated Into Rammed Earth Ihlow House in Germany Ihlow House-Roswag Architekten – Inhabitat

A historic stone barn in Ihlow, Germany has gotten a second lease on life with the addition of a new home and reinforcement of the existing structure. The barn renovation was designed by Roswag Architekten who crafted a rammed earth addition for the home. The rammed earth and hemp fibre insulation compliment the original stone structure. Meanwhile passive solar design, solar hot water heaters and rainwater collectors minimize the impact of the Ihlow House.

via Crumbling Stone Barn Renovated Into Rammed Earth Ihlow House in Germany Ihlow House-Roswag Architekten – Gallery Page 1 – Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.