Last week I shared Henrique Pinheiro‘s beautiful stable in Brazil. It was filled with rustic charm, natural light, and thoughtful design for the climate. I’m back with part II to share another really cool feature about this stable – its tack room and rotating doors.
From the outside of the barn you see lots of natural light is allowed in the doors of the tack and lounge area. The exterior design is spectacular, it looks just like a house to me.
The beginning stages started here. This photo captures the rotating doors and tack room floor during the construction of the barn.
Here is a finished photo of the barn aisle. One minute you have an open barn aisle with nothing to see.
Then, with the push of the doors, a tack and the lounge area is revealed.
You can rotate the doors all the way to the outside to easily tack up. It’s such a cool feature. Thank you Henrique for sharing!
To see the rest of the barn make sure you check out my original post, An Architect’s Inspiring Stable In Brazil.
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