A design and renovation project for a working barn in Burlington, Kentucky. This structure, with a 5,000 square foot footprint, was turned into a six bedroom, five and one-half bath home with a four car garage. The project revolved around a literal "slice" through the structure, called The Great Divide. Programming was removed from this space to create a thirty-foot high atrium and the resulting void was encased in glass. This new void became the circulatory space with glass walkways connecting the two "halves" of the barn from every floor. Other portions of the barn were also dissolved to mimic The Great Divide.