Collection by Luke Hopping

Idyllic Homes Wrapped in Cypress


Cypress is celebrated by woodworkers for its durability, a quality that no doubt influenced these homeowners to clad their residences with it.

Bates Masi’s renovation and expansion of Harry Bates’s 1967 house in Amagansett, New York, salvaged much of the home’s...
Floors are sealed and waxed concrete.
The addition, which has cypress paneling and a metal roof, is united with the renovated 1920s bungalow via a glass...
In consultation with the clients, Alterstudio opted to clad the house in local cypress rather than imported,...
Brogan’s home overlooking Lake Michigan is clad in tongue-and-groove new-growth cypress.
The cottage appears to hover over Shelter Island, cantilevered on all sides on top of a foundation of spread concrete...
Rookie firm Patch Work Architecture used locally sourced Lawson cypress to clad the exterior of a 970-square-foot house...
The dining table, a custom design by Formwork, and red Non chairs by Komplot complement the addition’s cypress cladding.
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