Bayfront House on Fire Island, New York Designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture
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House on Fire Island looks very vibrant with the touch of exclusive materials. In front of the house lies a narrow street intended to the sea view on the right side. The House on Fire Island is greatly designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture (RES4) / Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz. Built in 3379 square feet, the House on Fire Island is very fit as a summer retreat for family. Firmly stood in Fire Island, New York, the retreat contains two distinct volumes for parents’ space and their adult children. Thanks to the experienced project team including Jerome Engelking, Craig Kim, and Michael MacDonald who have designed the retreat well.
The House on Fire Island and its brief description
The House on Fire Island is indeed very stylish as a bayfront retreat for summer time. The retreat contains two distinct volumes which are linked by a glass bridge, sheltering a courtyard and pool. The existing house provides entertaining space at the upper level of the house overlooking to the outdoor views as a priority of the project. For kitchen, dining, and living space, they are flowing out to the bay beyond.
A glance review of the House on Fire Island based on archdaily.com
“The house embraces local island traditions, through both its construction process and its design. Cars are prohibited on the small island, so the house and its material were brought on barges to the site. The primary mode of transportation on the island is wagons and bikes. The design of the large curving entry ramp accommodates for this mode of transportation, allowing wagons to be wheeled right up to the front door. Plenty of parking for bikes is also provided. Natural ground cover of beach grasses and brush keep the site low maintenance and sensitive to local vegetation. The cedar siding ages to a silvery grey, and adapt this modern volume to the beachfront vernacular.
Additional specification building of House on Fire Island:
Architect: Resolution: 4 Architecture (RES4) / Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz
Location: Fire Island, New York, USA
Project Architect: Paul Coughlin
Project Team: Jerome Engelking , Craig Kim, Michael MacDonald
Contractor: Island Painting & Contracting
Text: Resolution: 4 Architecture
Project Area: 3379 sqf
Project Year: 2008
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