Old Sag Harbor Road home designed by Blaze Makoid Architecture, is stunning piece of contemporary architecture. This four bedroom, 7,100 sq ft home is a truly private retreat built among the trees and within its own private enclave. Indeed, designed to feel like a sanctuary, this beautifully designed property is about as peaceful as it gets and the interior designer owner has, as expect, done an amazing job on the inside.

Perched atop a wooded lot the objective of this house is to deliver seamless indoor/outdoor living. The topography enabled the designer to introduce a walk-out lower level. Also, the house is long and narrow with program arranged linearly for an economically minimal footprint. This house overlooks a negative edge pool that continues the horizon into the woods. At the rear, a vertically articulated wall visually connects all three levels.

The main level features a three-sided fireplace clad in blackened steel which punctuates the loft-like living, dining and kitchen area, establishing zones for each purpose. Additional highlight include a climate-controlled wine, clad in blackened steel as well. Besides, a 22.5 foot sliding door unit opens completely to the deck, connecting the interior and outdoors in a way that’s perfect for the homeowners’ frequent entertaining. Topping off the nature-inclined design of the home are walnut accents across rooms and living spaces.

Without a doubt, this modern home serves as the ideal wilderness retreat for the owners to get away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Exteriors wall are wrapped in cedar and large stretches of glass to provide views of the wooded terrain.
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
The modern establishment placed on the already-existing landscape complete with a unique walk-out lower level. Also, a negative edge pool, and a sculptural staircase that acts a pivotal structure within the home.

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
The airy interiors draw from the owners’ interest in loft-like living with a refined edge.
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
Also, the luxurious and expensive chandelier adds more attraction to the interior of this house.
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
In addition to this, the climate-controlled wine room, with its blackened steel supports and custom walnut shelving.
Besides, the interior staircase as a central sculptural element that weaves all three levels together.

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture
Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Old Sag Harbor Road, a Magnificent House by Blaze Makoid Architecture

The Old Sag Harbor Road Gallery:

Text by the Architects: Old Sag Harbor Road is a four bedroom, 7,100 sq ft home in Southampton, NY. Indeed, the clients are an energetic couple, who were attracted to the pristine surroundings and envisioned the project as a secret enclave in the trees for themselves and their friends. One of the men travels frequently and wanted a place for respite, to recharge and regroup. In addition to this, the other is an interior designer who recently obtained an architecture degree; he served as a key collaborator on the project and took on design challenges as part of the team.

Photo credit: Attic Fire| Source: Blaze Makoid Architecture

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 7 TRADESMANS PATH BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932
– Tel: 631.537.7277
– Email: INFO@BMAARCHITECTS.COM

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