This Guest House In The Hamptons Has A Grid Of Double Height Windows

Design and development group TADA were asked to create a guest house on a large lot in the center of Bridgehampton, New York. It took just 8 months to design and build the guest house, that's surrounded by gardens, a pool and bbq pit.

Photography by Ed Lederman

 

Design and development group TADA were asked to create a guest house on a large lot in the center of Bridgehampton, New York.

 

Design and development group TADA were asked to create a guest house on a large lot in the center of Bridgehampton, New York. It took just 8 months to design and build the guest house, that's surrounded by gardens, a pool and bbq pit.

Photography by Ed Lederman

It took just 8 months to design and build the guest house, that’s surrounded by gardens, a pool, and BBQ pit.


This swimming pool is surrounded by lots of plants creating a private oasis.

Photography by Ed Lederman

At one end of the guest house, large double height windows create a lantern-like appearance and provide views of the landscaping.


At each end of this guest house, large double height end windows create a lantern-like appearance and provide views of the landscaping.

Photography by Ed Lederman

Inside, the guest house has an open floor plan. The black window frames are a strong contrast to the white walls and concrete flooring.


This guest house has an open floor plan, similar to that of a NYC loft. The black steel casement windows are a strong contrast to the white walls and radiant concrete flooring.

Photography by Ed Lederman

The living room is focused around the fireplace, while the dining area is positioned in line with one of the side windows. Behind the white partition wall, there’s the kitchen and a bathroom.


The living room of this guest house is focused around the fireplace, while the dining area is positioned in line with one of the side windows. Behind the white partition wall, there's the kitchen and a bathroom.

Photography by Ed Lederman

On the other side of the kitchen and bathroom, there’s a bedroom with a standalone bathtub that takes full advantage of the view and fireplace.


This bedroom with a standalone bathtub, takes full advantage of the view and fireplace. The black steel casement windows contrast with the radiant concrete floors and white walls.

Photography by Ed Lederman

Upstairs is another bedroom, this time surrounded by wood and with views of the treetops. The wood paneling was made from the wood of an old warehouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


This bedroom is surrounded by wood and has views of the treetops through the black steel casement windows.

Photography by Ed Lederman

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