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Long Island House // 1100 Architect

NY, United States

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Situated on the eastern shore of Long Island, the design of this beach house is conceived as emerging from the landscape.
The house is composed of two elements – the main house and a pavilion – that are situated on a base that extends into the landscape.
From the driveway entrance on the northern side, the house appears as a largely solid, stone-clad volume with rectangular perforations for the windows.

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© 1100 Architect

© 1100 Architect

© 1100 Architect

In contrast, the more private southern façade is composed almost entirely of glass to maximize ocean views and sun exposure.
What initially presents itself as a classic modern box unfolds to become an unexpectedly open sculptural figure..

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© 1100 Architect

© 1100 Architect

© 1100 Architect

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