Traditionally farmhouses are simply homes built on agricultural lands to house and protect who owned or worked the land. The term Farmhouse isn't necessarily connected to a particular style identified by a fixed set of features, but a setting for a way of life. This is most likely why its appeal seems to be timeless.
Over the course of my relatively short career, I’ve had the opportunity to work on a range of residential projects from small renovations to large upper crust homes. Along the way, I’ve worked on commercial projects and even dabbled in some urban planning. Sure they were great for my resume and came with a bigger benefits package, but they lacked the humanity that residential work is guaranteed to come with.
Technology keeps evolving. And so do the ways architects reproduce reality and help people envision their new home. While we will always need technical 2d drawings for all the steps of the architectural process, the architecture industry now demands more realistic reflections of their imaginations.
Where to start? How about the root of all buildings – the natural site you have selected for your new home. It may sound simple. You find a lot with a great view and lots of trees and you are ready to go.