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Private Residence

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Private Residence  

East Hampton, New York  

This residence is a new single-family home located in East Hampton, New York. The design of the main house includes a large courtyard space over an expansive basement-level walk-out that opens to the ocean. The structure of the main residence changes from a hybrid of steel and above-grade lightgage framing to a cast-in-place concrete structure on the ground floor. The glass-bottom lap pool is the signature element of this home. With an infinity edge, the pool extends along the entire width of the house, catching the sky’s reflection and mirroring the ocean’s horizon. The structure of the lap pool relies on its side walls which incorporate long-span, post-tensioned concrete girders that measure over 75 feet.    

(Image Credit: Selldorf Architects)  

Architect: Selldorf Architects