This 5,000 Sq. Ft. house was designed and built for a family of four to nestle at the corner of three large former farm fields in Sagaponack while navigating their topographically challenging water sheds.
The home’s various levels are composed of an agglomeration of simple shed like forms composed around undulating land. A stair weaves through these forms tying them together experientially from within and allowing them to be separated on the exterior.
Approaching from the East, the house sits above a large depression with a bedroom a few feet down perched on the rim and overlooking a quiet landscape of a dozen odd trees. The first floor entry level opens to a swimming pool and Westerly view of Foster Farms. This is the main public entertainment space, flowing free, and anchored by a massive concrete wall. A private enclave for the master bedroom is suspended between the first and second floors and facing a beautiful field to the South. The second floor includes three bedrooms and juts out like a rock outcropping to create a sheltered outdoor space and sunshade.