The 3,800sf addition / renovation utilized floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize the vast views of the Amagansett greenery and ocean.
The landscape, which was previously only seen through small "punched" windows, is now on full display in all of the home's the gathering spaces.
The primary living area interiors utilize a cozy, bright material palette of white and wood. Then stand-out feature in the space is a custom bench and fireplace surround that is formed from calacatta marble.
The primary bathroom becomes a spa-like retreat centered around a floating terrazzo marble tub and stand-alone shower enclosure.
The custom vanity millwork follows the exterior architecture and carries a consistent material palette with the rest of the home's interiors.
The soft tones of the home's modern interior contrasts the exterior architecture which is wrapped in a black, cedar facade.
Similar to the gathering spaces of the home, the primary bedroom frames a view that would make it difficult for anyone to get out of bed. As the seasons change on the East End of Long Island, the home evolves along with it.