This graceful summer home sits behind the dunes of Long Island’s south shore. Its composition of stacked, interlocking volumes emerge from the gently rolling landscape of native fauna, situated closely to the Atlantic Ocean. Clean lines clearly demarcate the home’s functions while gracious interiors combined with a variety of exterior spaces provide opportunities for both social and reflective experiences. A material palette of wood, stone, glass, and stucco borrows cues from surrounding natural elements, and allows a façade of varying transparencies to communicate the public and private uses of different spaces. A thoughtfully curated art collection blends harmoniously with the architecture, materials and furnishings.
Robert Stilin, Interior Design Joshua McHugh: Photography