Jun 16, 2011

Stunning East Hampton, NY Home by Blaze Makoid Architecture

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Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 

Located in the posh and exclusive town of East Hampton in Suffolk Country, New York; the Fieldview home designed by Blaze Makoid Arhcitecture is a stunning ‘C Frame’ house that seeks to take full advantage of the adjacent southern view of an agricultural reserve.

Situated on a one-acre lot, this 4,000 square foot (372 sq m) home is drenched in natural light as the entire south-side is encased in glass. With warm brown tones throughout the interior, this stunning home exudes calmness and comfortability.

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 

FIELDVIEW BY BLAZE MAKOID ARCHITECTURE

 
Location: East Hampton, New York, USA
Architects: Blaze Makoid, Jason Poremba, Scott Hoffman, John Larmor, Luke Ferran [Blaze Makoid Architecture]
Date completed: 2007
Interior: 4,000 square feet (372 sq m)

General Contractor: Hamptons L & A Builders, Inc.
Structural Engineer: Condon Engineering, P.C.
M/E/P Engineer: Blaze Makoid Architecture
Landscape Architect/Consultant: Mac Landscape & Associates
Audio-Visual Consultant: John Fairchild
Cabinetmaker: Amy Werfel
Surveyor: John Barylski, Land Surveyor
Furnishings: Form Architecture

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 

EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK

The Town of East Hampton is located in southeastern Suffolk County, New York, at the eastern end of the South Shore of Long Island. It is the easternmost town in the state of New York. At the time of the United States 2000 Census, it had a total population of 19,719.

The town includes the village of East Hampton, as well as the hamlets of Montauk, Amagansett, Wainscott, and Springs.
East Hampton is a peninsula featuring eight state parks. It is bordered on the south by the Atlantic Ocean, to the east by Block Island Sound and to the north by Gardiners Bay, Napeague Bay and Fort Pond Bay.

The town consists of 70 square miles (180 km2) and stretches nearly 25 miles (40 km), from Wainscott in the west to Montauk Point in the east. It is about six miles (10 km) wide at its widest point and less than a mile at its narrowest point. The town has jurisdiction over Gardiners Island, which is the largest privately owned island in the United States. The town has 70 miles (110 km) of shoreline.

East Hampton from its earliest days with the settlement of Gardiners Island has had a reputation as being a home for the wealthy especially after the Gardiners married into almost all the wealthy New York families. In November 2006, the median price of a house in the Town was US $895,000 compared with a national median for the U.S. of $225,000. Several houses in East Hampton now sell for prices in the tens of millions of dollars. In 2007 the cost of living was 168% of the national average. [Source: Wikipedia]

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 

SOURCES

- BLAZE MAKOID ARCHITECTURE
- PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARC BRYAN-BROWN
- FIRST SPOTTED ON ARCHDAILY

 

 

 

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 


Photograph by Marc Bryan-Brown

 

 

 

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