House 43 is both monumental and inviting. The woodsy retreat feels removed from the beach, yet is located just three miles inland.
This midcentury modern Amagansett beach house has it all: green technology, passive solar design, rich materials, and an expansive feeling, despite its petite corner lot.
This secluded, sustainable retreat in Montauk offers a family of Manhattanites an idyllic escape from the city's bustle.
Inspired by their clients’ bold art collection, a pair of architects designed a mix influenced Hamptons vacation house that subverts tradition.
As the facade of this Bates Masi-designed home in Water Mill, New York, rises from eight to 14 feet high, the mahogany planks subtly widen. “It was quite a demand to make of the contractor,” architect Paul Masi says. “But the design was so much about traveling through the site and weaving [the house] together with the deck.”
Charles Gwathmey’s residential masterpiece, a pioneering home for his parents in the Hamptons, looks as fresh today as it did in 1965.