Daniels Lane house, designed by Blaze Makoid Architecture, a well known architectural firm, is a stunning mansion of extreme value. This home developed according to the blurring of distinction approach, which allowed to remove boundaries between the inner and outer space, as well as absence of all excessive items at the interior and exterior. This is a modern home with two storeys with the frontal portion designed in wood without taking into too many details. Located right on the ocean shore, it offers panoramic views of the ocean, this house is a clear example how designs can make any place look stunning enough to be loved.
The exterior of the house use of large sliding walls made of glass offering unhindered views of the ocean. Also, the vegetation around the house retained to the best possible extent, and the area left free for views and air. The façade has a large pool with stunning furniture meant for relaxing around, while the interiors is all about sophisticated living. The first level accommodates a living zone of the open type with direct terrace entrance. Including living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Whereas the second story consists of the main bedroom and three identical children rooms. The house also features an extended area in the open where a dining and living space welcomes the guests.
Surely, it is truly ideal home for the owner to enjoy the luxurious living spaces, and enjoy the panoramic views of ocean as well.
The Architecture Design Project Information:
- Project Name: Daniels Lane House
- Location: Sagaponack, Long Island, New York, United States
- Project Year: 2012
- Designed by: Blaze Makoid Architecture
The Daniels Lane House Gallery:
Text by the Architects: Sited on a narrow, one acre, oceanfront lot, the design of this house was one of the first projects in the Village of Sagaponack to be affected by the 2010 revision to FEMA flood elevations, requiring a first floor elevation of approximately 17 feet above sea level with a maximum height allowance of 40’ and all construction required to be located landward of the Coastal Erosion Hazard Line. The location within a high velocity (VE) wind zone added to the planning and structural challenges.
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