This home in New York was designed to enjoy the water views

Blaze Makoid Architecture have recently completed this home for their clients that wanted to 'see the water as they drove up to the house'.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

 

Blaze Makoid Architecture have recently completed this home for their clients that wanted to “see the water as they drove up to the house.”

 

The home, located in North Haven, New York, has a central void that provides water views from the driveway, right through the house and into the backyard.

This home, located in North Haven, New York, has a central void that provides water views from the driveway, right through the house and into the backyard.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Upon entering the home, there’s a central courtyard before you reach the front door and main living area.


Upon entering this home, there's a central courtyard before you reach the front door and main living area.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Upon entering this home, there's a central courtyard before you reach the front door and main living area.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

The water side of the house opens up into a landscaped yard, designed by Ed Hollander, that has various outdoor spaces and a swimming pool.


This house opens up into a landscaped yard, that has various outdoor spaces and a swimming pool.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

The home has an outdoor lounge with fireplace and television, and a private balcony off one of the bedrooms.


This home has an outdoor lounge with a fireplace and a television, as well as a private balcony off one of the bedrooms.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Outdoor living is a priority at this home in New York.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

There’s also a rooftop deck with sun chairs, lounge and fireplace.


This roof deck has multiple lounges, sun chairs, stool and also a fireplace.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Back on the main floor of the home, the interiors, designed by David Scott, are full of light colored furniture and accessories.


The interior design of this home uses lots of light, natural colors.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Pops of color have been added like the blue in the coffee table and the pillow outside.


Pops of color have been added to this indoor/outdoor living room, like the blue in the coffee table and the pillow outside.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Both sides of the lounge can be opened to allow the breeze to carry through the home.


Both sides of this lounge can be opened to allow the breeze to carry through the home.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

In the kitchen, white cabinets have been paired with wooden touches, like the wall and table top.


In this kitchen, white cabinets have been paired with wooden touches, like the wall and table top.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

A white sculptural spiral staircase entices you upstairs.


This white sculptural spiral staircase entices you upstairs in this home.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

A wall of windows provides light to the hallway, but can also be shaded when needed.


A wall of windows provides light to the hallway, but can also be shaded when needed.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

Here’s a look at one of rooms set up as a den.


This den has multiple seating choices.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

This bedroom opens up to a balcony with lounge chairs and water views.


This bedroom opens up to a balcony with lounge chairs and water views.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

And here’s another one of the bedrooms, with ombré curtains.


This bedroom has ombré curtains and adds a pop of colour with a small yellow sofa.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

The bathroom has a glass enclosed shower with stone surround, and a large window provides lots of light.


This bathroom has a glass enclosed shower with stone surround, and a large window provides lots of light.

Photography by Joshua McHugh

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