Colored Skylights Help Tell Time in This Curvaceous Hamptons Home

Colored Skylights Help Tell Time in This Curvaceous Hamptons Home

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By Melissa Dalton
In Southampton, architect Nina Edwards Anker builds a LEED-certified cottage where curved shingles meet prismatic glass walls.

After earning her doctorate at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and working in Norway’s capital as a teacher and research fellow, architect Nina Edwards Anker came home to the U.S. with a refreshed perspective on environmental sensitivity. "I lived there for seven years and I was very influenced by the Scandinavian tradition of building modest structures with a respect for nature," says Edwards Anker. 

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