August 25, 2015
We are pleased to show more photographs of our East End Compound, which was published in Architectural Digest’s June 2015 issue. The project is comprised of 6 structures: 5 newly built buildings including a 6,900sf main house that is LEED Gold certified, and a renovated 1970s house by East End modernist Norman Jaffe.
The project began with a master plan for the property and included relocating the Jaffe guest house in order to build the main house around a 125-year-old maple tree. We designed East End Compound in collaboration with interior designer Thomas O’Brien and landscape architect Alec Gunn.
View photographs and learn more about the project here