Located in coastal areas Montauk, New York. Pentagram architects was designed this house for couples, he is a film producer and she is a writer.
Here’s some information about this house from the Pentagram Architects :
The main house is composed of a pair of opposing “L” shaped wings: “his” space is a steel and glass loft on the ocean and “her” space is a warm, enclosing set of brick and wood private rooms. The materials stone, terrazzo flooring, glazed brick walls, teak, stainless steel and terracotta are the robust stuff suitable for both interiors and exteriors. The material palette binds the interior and exterior into a set of intimately connected spaces, erasing the boundary between inside and out.
View of the main house from the balcony of the guesthouse showing the transparency of the living room and kitchen; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
Main house living room with an ocean view; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
The mid-century inspired kitchen; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
The writer’s studio with Gio Ponti-inspired terracotta tiles and a steel encased window that frames the view; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
Guest rooms are differentiated by color; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
The guesthouse, supported on steel beams the strength of which allows the house to appear light and airborne, is modeled on a motel with access to all rooms off a continuous balcony facing the courtyard.
Louvers shield the house from the neighbor’s as well as provide circulation; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
Guesthouse living room; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
Functional, galley-inspired guesthouse kitchen; Montauk Residence by Pentagram Architects
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