A Revamped Midcentury Wrapped in Glass and Timber Is Listed For $1.25M

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By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Completely renovated with modern amenities, a 1960s midcentury in East Hampton hits the market.

Inspired by Philip Johnson's Glass House, 137 Copeces is a midcentury getaway with a strong sense of the past. Originally built in the early 1960s, the property has recently received a stunning makeover and features an abundance of modern amenities. Now, the home is being listed for $1,250,000. Scroll ahead for a fascinating look inside.

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Inspired by Philip Johnson's Glass House, the home was developed in a collaboration between Swedish architect Iver Lofving—an architect at the Philip Johnson Architecture Studio who worked on the iconic Seagram Building—and Athos Zacharias, a moderin abstract painter who was working at the time as a studio assistant to Jackson Pollock and later to Elaine de Kooning.

Inspired by Philip Johnson's Glass House, the home was developed in a collaboration between Swedish architect Iver Lofving—an architect at the Philip Johnson Architecture Studio who worked on the iconic Seagram Building—and Athos Zacharias, a moderin abstract painter who was working at the time as a studio assistant to Jackson Pollock and later to Elaine de Kooning.

Wraparound windows and sliding glass doors lead to the mahogany deck, giving the home a strong sense of indoor/outdoor living. 

Wraparound windows and sliding glass doors lead to the mahogany deck, giving the home a strong sense of indoor/outdoor living. 

The two-bedroom, two-bath property features an open living space with nine-foot ceilings.

The two-bedroom, two-bath property features an open living space with nine-foot ceilings.

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Eric Trine Rod + Weave Chair
Eric Trine Rod + Weave Chair
What started as a student project is now a core product for the Long Beach-based studio, which produces 200 Rod + Weave chairs annually. The frames are made with a solid hexagonal rod sourced from a vendor in nearby Santa Fe Springs, California. The leatherwork is done in-house.
FLOS Glo-Ball Pendant
FLOS Glo-Ball Pendant
As bright as the moon and nearly as round. The Flos Glo-Ball Pendant features a large sphere of hand-blown and acid-etched Opaline glass, which casts a vibrant glow all around a space. This luminous structure is held safely aloft by an adjustable steel suspension cable.
Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair with Dowel Base
Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair with Dowel Base
The unmistakable Eames Molded Plastic chair takes on a different life with each of its base offerings. The wooden dowel legs of the Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Dowel-Leg Base bring a softer aesthetic, while its crossed metal rod base is distinctly Eames.
The 1,000-square-foot dwelling has a petite yet highly efficient kitchen.

The 1,000-square-foot dwelling has a petite yet highly efficient kitchen.

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Here is a look at one of the bedrooms. 

Here is a look at one of the bedrooms. 

Luxury finishes in the bathroom include heated floors, Flos lights, Moen fixtures, and graphic tiles from Anne Saks. 

Luxury finishes in the bathroom include heated floors, Flos lights, Moen fixtures, and graphic tiles from Anne Saks. 

The second bathroom. 

The second bathroom. 

Outdoor living is enhanced by a professionally landscaped yard on just over half an acre of land. This space also includes an Gunite pool, a mahogany deck patio, and an outdoor dining area. 

Outdoor living is enhanced by a professionally landscaped yard on just over half an acre of land. This space also includes an Gunite pool, a mahogany deck patio, and an outdoor dining area. 

137 Copeces Lane, East Hampton is being listed by Yorgos Tsibiridis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. You can see the full listing here

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