This beach-front house in Sagaponack, NY, was designed around the diverse and active lives of a large family. Built new, and conforming to strict coastal regulations, the three parallel-ridged volumes align with the shoreline below to maximize ocean views.
The material and spatial conception was a play of stone, wood, extensive glazing, and outdoor spaces carved out from the main volumes of the house, to break down scale and root it firmly in its locale.
The gracious rooms take full advantage of the view and offer access to outdoor living spaces. The property includes a pool, pool house, and tennis court.