Architects Specht Harpman has reconstructed this house into modern and minimalist living space – located in Wilton, where essentially it’s an old barn house that was redesigned after damaged by a fire. The exterior was preserved as well as it could be and partially restored after a fire. New door and window openings on the main story are the only outside signs that this barn building has been turned into a fully. Inside, the space was dramatically transformed into a bright and airy modern home. Exposed maple framing, polished concrete floors, and triple height ceilings characterize the home’s interior. Aside from a handful of private spaces in a small lofted space and behind the kitchen, the floor plan is devoid of barriers. The result is a viable and attractive home.