Situated in the Land Arts Park, Nikola Lenivets, a natural park 100 miles southwest of Moscow, the project is an adaptive reuse of the existing shell and structure of a concrete barn. The building is part of a cluster which supported a communal farm during the Soviet Era. Sited along a ridge overlooking the park, the design creates a work studio for architects and artists, as well as their living accommodations. On the ground floor, the open and flexible studio space takes advantage of the barn configuration, while the living quarters are separated on the upper level. Unifying the old and new, a wood slat system is created, while also defining outdoor space, shading from direct light, and creating views to the landscape beyond.