Aside from my love of interior design, I also have a penchant for art and amazing architecture. The latter is just one of the reasons I so love this barn conversion by architect Pietro Cicognani. From the dramatic ceilings to the industrial staircase housed in the barn’s old silo, the home seamlessly melds rustic with modern.
The second reason I love this property is a more personal one. Situated on an 1860’s farm in Chadds Ford, this home is just an hour from where I grew up. Its backdrop of pastoral fields and wooded hillsides is what makes Pennsylvania so beautiful – views I miss after years of city living. The home’s interior designer agrees, calling the area “one of the most beautiful landscapes on the East Coast.” A modern marvel set in rural PA. Take a peek at this Delaware County dream home.
Photography by Christopher Sturman for Architectural Digest