This timber frame home sits in beautiful rolling hills north of Baltimore, where horses reign. The land is given over to grazing pastures, riding rings, prim barns, and orderly white fences. It’s a landscape of formal utility, a place that recalls its productive agricultural past and is still habit-bent to feed with its fertile soil. When the owners of this home and horse farm decided to build on a knoll overlooking their acreage they knew they wanted to honor the area’s traditional architecture by complement rather than reproduction. in the end, the design became a barn home overlooking pastureland.