Residential Design

Vol 1, 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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House on the Point Water Mill, N.Y. ARCHITECT: Viola Rouhani, AIA; Luca Campaiola; Damen Hamilton; Alexa Baker; Jessica Twiggs; Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, Bridgehampton, N.Y. BUILDER: Fountainhead Construction, Bridgehampton LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: LaGuardia Design Group, Water Mill, N.Y. PROJECT SIZE: 2,405 square feet SITE SIZE: .93 acres CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHY: Matthew Carbone KEY PRODUCTS WINDOWS/DOORS: Kawneer WINDOW WALL SYSTEMS/ SLIDING DOORS: Arcadia DOOR HARDWARE: FSB, Accurate HVAC: Weil-McLain, Carrier FIREPLACE INSERT: Heatilator OUTDOOR FIREPLACE: Earthcore Isokern COUNTERTOPS: Caesarstone KITCHEN RANGE: Wolf REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: Sub-Zero WINE REFRIGERATOR: U-Line VENT HOOD: Wolf DISHWASHER: Asko WASHER/DRYER: LG FAUCETS: Dornbracht SHOWERHEAD: Kohler SINKS: Kohler TOILETS: Duravit TUBS: Kohler OUTDOOR SHOWER: Calazzo PILA LIGHTING: Tech Lighting LIGHTING CONTROL: Lutron WINDOW SHADING: Lutron PAINTS/STAINS/COATINGS: Benjamin Moore original houses. We evoked them with Western red cedar, which is a durable, stable, and rot-resistant material. It forms a rain screen, and there's a waterproof layer behind it. It helps the siding last a lot longer." The overall effect is a meticulous little jewel box perched between sweeps of sand and sea. Its defenses masquerade as decoration. "We pay a lot of attention to composition," Voila says. "We want the house to appear as if it were carved out of one volume, rather than having pieces put on. We are intentional about what is open and what is not." That's the nature of an oasis—it's open and protected at the same time, with everything you need to feel at peace. 46 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 1, 2018 DESIGN LAB PRIVATE OASIS

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