This home, set on a quiet back-country road in New Milford, CT, featured a dirt-floor barn that was over 100 years old.  The owners hired David Dillon to completely renovate the barn, adding a modern aggregate cement floor, huge glass windows, a contemporary fire place, and a massive floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcase.  The project also involved adding a small hallway to connect the new space to the house.  David Dillon fused the two spaces with a classic, uniform look on the exterior including a copper roof and undersized window.  On the inside, the hallway serves as a portal between the old New England style of the main house and the airy, contemporary space of the converted barn.