Sited on a farm in the Tunby countryside, the Swedish Barn Conversion gives a pair of agrarian buildings new life as a modern dwelling. The two structures were originally built in 1910. Although they received a complete renovation, their architectural integrity remains intact. The traditional barn form is present on both the exterior and the interior, providing a spacious living area with a dramatic pitched ceiling. Concrete floors and an all-white palette create a contemporary aesthetic while exposed wood beams add a rustic warmth to the otherwise minimalist interior. Glazing in the walls and ceilings flood the space with natural light. French doors afford views of the surrounding fields while also opening to a poolside living space looking out onto the rural landscape.