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Living Levels

Sagaponack, New York

Architect Nilay Oza’s Sagaponack Residence is familiar and traditional in its basic massing. It is essentially an intersection of two gabled forms; however, subtle shifts in the massing create complex and dynamic spaces on the interior and exterior. The most noticeable shift occurs at the guest bedroom where the second floor mass shifts laterally from the ground floor. The challenge structurally was then to cantilever the second floor with its open gabled interior over the ground floor exterior wall, which features an open corner condition with perpendicular sliding glass doors.

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Architect: Nilay Oza