In 2017, William S. Leeds Architect P.C. completed an environmentally sensitive beach-house in Amagansett. The relationship to the natural surroundings and the architectural solution is of particular interest. Sea level rise is a growing concern as are environmental conditions on the coast. This bayside home between Gardiner's Bay and the Atlantic Ocean responds to these challenging conditions, the result being a unique structure well suited to the site.
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Illuminated waterside interior reflecting warm wood finishes with under deck lighting for floating effect. Dark sky light fixtures and overhang eliminate light pollution.
Landside main entry
Entrance to home office area (facing south)
Living room with exposed cedar columns and gas-powered fireplace
Living room (alternate view)
Dining area overlooking Napeague Bay
Kitchen with industrial stove and energy-efficient appliances
Bathroom with built-in sauna