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Seeing What Develops

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In 2004, The Houses at Sagaponac—a controversial development on eastern Long Island—celebrated its first completed house. In 2005, the first residents move in.

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  House 43’s modernist elevation is both monumental and inviting. These shots show the Hariri design in its spec stage, before the first residents, Heide Banks and Howard Lazar, moved in.  Photo by: Paul Warchol
    House 43’s modernist elevation is both monumental and inviting. These shots show the Hariri design in its spec stage, before the first residents, Heide Banks and Howard Lazar, moved in.

    Photo by: Paul Warchol

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  A view through the kitchen/living area, with the door to the master bedroom at the far end.  Photo by: Paul Warchol
    A view through the kitchen/living area, with the door to the master bedroom at the far end.

    Photo by: Paul Warchol

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  Blinds in the master bedroom provide privacy from the street.  Photo by: Paul Warchol
    Blinds in the master bedroom provide privacy from the street.

    Photo by: Paul Warchol

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  A translucent wall silhouettes a Duravit bathtub by Philippe Starck in the master bathroom.  Photo by: Paul Warchol
    A translucent wall silhouettes a Duravit bathtub by Philippe Starck in the master bathroom.

    Photo by: Paul Warchol

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  Viewed from the street, the house’s kitchen/living area, raised on a platform with massive picture windows, resembles a stage. Banks and Lazar plan to enhance privacy by planting trees and shrubs.  Photo by: Paul Warchol
    Viewed from the street, the house’s kitchen/living area, raised on a platform with massive picture windows, resembles a stage. Banks and Lazar plan to enhance privacy by planting trees and shrubs.

    Photo by: Paul Warchol

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