A Light-Filled Beach House on Long Island's East End Finds Inspiration Naturally
Architect Frederick Stelle, interior designer Thad Hayes and landscape architect Christopher LaGuardia collaborated on a family’s beach house in Water Mill, New York. Above: The living room. The oil at right is by Tadashi Sato. Club chair fabric, Glant. Sofa and daybed fabrics, Great Plains. Beauvais carpet.
The oceanfront elevation. “The house is sited between the Atlantic and a bay, so we arranged the public spaces to open to both views,” Stelle says. “Chris LaGuardia came up with the plan to raise the grade all the way around the house, which made it possible to create outdoor spaces at the main level.” Bernar Venet sculpture.
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