HMA2 Architects has recently completed a modern house on a dramatic bluff overlooking Long Island Sound in Sands Point, New York.
Conceived as a family “resort” for everyday and all-season living, the home has a metal roof that wraps around to the walls, where it meets glass and wood elements.
The rear of the house has a large patio, extending the amount of livable space that the home offers.
The interior of the home includes warm cedar wood walls, concrete floors, and stone elements. The 20’ wide x 36’ long x 12’ high center living area can morph into a dining area for 24 or event space for 50.
A secondary dining area shares a space with the kitchen, while stainless steel cabinets add a metallic touch.
A home office has been created alongside a picture window and is flooded in natural light.
A secondary living room has a casual vibe and includes a bar area with a pair of tables and some stools.
The staircase connecting to the bedrooms and bathrooms has a decorative metal railing as well as a leather-wrapped handrail.
In one of the bedrooms, there’s a cedar wall that wraps onto the ceiling and travels through to the outdoors. Doors open up to a cantilevered balcony that looks out onto the lake.
In one of the bathrooms, there are high ceilings, a freestanding bathtub, and a vanity with three pendant lights hanging above it.
In another bathroom, there’s a wood ceiling that complements the vanity, while a frameless shower screen provides separation from the bathtub.
In the powder room, there’s a combination of small and large tiles covering the walls, while a round mirror hangs above a concrete vanity.