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BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

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Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

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BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

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BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

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BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

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BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton property

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

Bridgehampton propertyBridgehampton apartment

BRIDGEHAMPTON RESIDENCE

This summer residence was designed to accommodate three generations of a family with growing children. The project became a spacious play between inside and out/private and shared within this beach town retreat. To accommodate the size needs of the family, the existing house was gut-renovated and doubled in size. It went from four bedrooms to eight, plus a garage. The existing house had an awkward collection of sloped and flat roofs that were re-shaped thru adding and subtracting rooms and square footage.

The building shell was transformed into an open, welcoming modern house with tall sliding doors that allow for views through from the front yard to the back yard. Wide windows and glass doors bring light and brightness into the house. At the front of the house, the expansion provides a two story garage wing on one side and a three bedroom family wing on the other. Between the two additions, an entry courtyard is formed. The low deck leads to the main entry door – asymmetrically located to allow sliding doors to sit on the center axis of the main living space. The floor to ceiling sliding doors frame a compact view into the house where the space opens up to a sixteen foot ceiling and opposing ten foot sliding doors leading to the rear deck and pool beyond.

Location: Bridgehampton, NY

Type: New residence

SIZE: 6,700 sq ft

Completed: August 2010

 

Architectural AND INTERIORS TEAM

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Yvonne Choy

Director of Interior Design: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

 

General Contractor: Riverbend Development

 

Photography: Tria Giovan

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