New house

Village of East Hampton

For nearly a century the house designed by East Hampton architect Mary Talmadge in 1910 stood at this site. When it was completely destroyed by fire, the owners asked that I design a new house that would resemble, as much as possible, the former edifice. Through a careful study of two archival photographs and the ashen remains of the original footprint, I forged a design where the facade and sides remain faithful to the original house. The interior and rear areas were expanded to include a  breakfast room, library, and other amenities.