A 120-year-old round barn in Santa Rosa, Calif.—a building type all but gone from the California landscape—recently underwent a major renovation program aimed at restoring its unique architectural heritage while ensuring its survival—and utility—in the modern era....
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Comment from Catherine Brooks, (6/13/2011, 2:56 PM)
Wow, does that barn look fantastic! Beautiful stripping and renovation to recycle old wood. Best Green work ever! Although I am sure the work was done pre-RRP, hopefully done with lead-safe practices. Lead paint in the surrounding ground would be a shame with all those visitors expected.
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