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New River Bank Barn in Re-Use Architecture

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New River Bank Barn is a part of Re-Use Architecture, a collection of adaptive reuse projects designed by architects (and in locations) across the globe. The selected project salvaged an 1800s bank barn in Leesburg, Virginia, converting it into a “party barn” for its owners to host gatherings of friends and family. Re-Use Architecture by Chris van Uffelen is available from the German publishing house, Braun, and can be purchased through Amazon and other major book retailers.

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