The city of Almere has a sheep, 80 cattle, animals that play an important role in controlling weeds that grow in place. In order to establish this sheep population was decided to create a stable near the place.
The construction was carried out using a pine wood and slight curved metal structures. The shape of the curve is stable and has strategic openings to capture the light of day, plus a opening at the bottom for managers to have visibility into the interior.
Furthermore, this barn was thought to be visited colleges and schools in the area, so that the spaces allow a direct approach to children and animals. The design includes space for the pastor, as a dependent who sleeps in the building from time to time.