Home Designs Published by Stela Lucija, Thursday, February 09th 2017, 10:47:01 AM.
This modern wood and glass house addition is located in Southampton, New York and was designed by Bates Masi Architects. This house is a single family residence located in an area with wonderful view. An area of wetland is invited to the interior through its quite open design. A large living room and a deck on the upper level enjoy a magnificent views sweeping from the estuary to the bay and to the ocean. Besides, the use of large glazing and large openings also make this private residence bright and fresh. This glass and wood house is wonderful residence with natural style that looks blend with its surroundings. It features large outdoor spaces to enjoy the nature as well as the bright and fresh interiors.
This private house itself was a 1970 kit house that had been found in the site. The owners decided to keep the styling and the structure but also doubled the size of the new house with addition. The solution was then to replicate the structure of the beams and glulam posts. The new structure was then connected with steel plates of the existing building. The exterior of the building looks awesome. There is a large balcony with large stair to the wooden deck at ground floor. The deck is completed with dining table set and chairs and outdoor sofa.
The new and old structure as a whole is in harmony. The design blends each other. The rear courtyard is quite large. The small pebble is combined with ornamental grass. The gray color of the home looks natural in such setting and the wood steps are also warmth. The interiors also represent the exterior design. The dining room is spacious and is clad with large glass wall. the ceiling as well as the floor are made of wood and look natural. There, the materials were also chosen with sustainability considerations. The materials are used to reduce waste and to improve the living quality in this home. Project Name: Far Pond. Architect, Landscape Design and Photography by Bates Masi Architects.
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