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Surfside Residence

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Surfside Residence

Montauk, New York

The Surfside Residence is modern beach house whose ground-floor plan is intended to dissolve into its surroundings. The translucency of the first-floor exterior walls is accomplished by minimizing structure at the exterior and creating a torsion resisting core coupled with a rigidized second-floor diaphragm. This strategy maximizes the exterior ground-floor glazing while preventing lateral movements associated with hurricane force winds.

(Image Credit: su11 architecture+design)

Architect: su11 architecture+design