FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 29, 2021
Contact: Brian Mac
Birdseye Announces Release of New Monograph
Richmond, VT: Birdseye, an architecture and building company in Richmond, VT, has announced the release of a new Masterpiece Series monograph: Bank Barn / Birdseye. This 200-page architecture coffee table book showcases their design sketches, architectural renderings, construction drawings, scale models, construction progress, and completed photography of this award-winning Woodstock residence.
“Of course, this barn is no ramshackle affair,” writes New York Times design writer and Architectural Digest contributor Tim McKeough in his introduction to the book. “Rather than pile on the rough-hewn wood and rubblestone, Birdseye has created an incredibly precise composition of concrete, exposed steel, and glass. … The Bank Barn house is an understated addition to Vermont’s rolling green landscape, but also a powerful example of an architecture studio’s commitment to finding its own path forward.”
“Bank Barn showcases the true spirit of what Birdseye represents. We are a company of artisans that are inspired by our region, and we reflect this in our craft and art. We are honored to have this project captured in this monograph,” remarked Brian J. Mac, FAIA, principal architect at Birdseye.
Bank Barn / Birdseye includes a foreword by Vermont musician Mike Gordon, introduction by New York Times contributor Tim McKeough, interview by Vladimir Belogolovsky, and photography by Jim Westphalen. Published by Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers, the book can be purchased through Birdseye’s website.
Birdseye will be donating 50% of the book proceeds to Vermont Foodbank, the state’s largest hunger relief organization.