This Fire Island house is located directly behind beach-front dunes. The home is in three interlocked volumes. The upper two living volumes reverse the typical public/private relationship of rooms so that the primary living spaces can fully enjoy the extended views of the island and the ocean. The middle volume contains the five bedrooms – the four guest rooms for the adult children of the family all laid out exactly the same, with a more commodious master bedroom suite. The soft neutral colors and natural wood tones used in the architecture are enlivened by the bold use of color used throughout the house in furnishings, textiles and art prints. Indoor-outdoor furniture is used throughout the interiors and the exterior decks, unifying this vacation home’s living spaces with a bright and vibrant palette.

Project Info >
  • General Construction
  • Kenneth E. Larson Construction
  • Landscape Contractor
  • RK Landscapes, Fire Island
  • Photographer
  • Daniel Levin
  • Interior Designer
  • SPG Architects (Mathieu de Genot)
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living space

living space with kitchen beyond

living space, evening

roof deck

dining room

master bedroom