Design in the Hamptons from Monacelli Press

Design in the Hamptons from Monacelli Press
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Description of Design in the Hamptons from Monacelli Press

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Manufacturer Description

A glamorous look at nineteen private houses in the Hamptons, Long Island's unique summer season retreat-- with architecture, interiors, and gardens from celebrity designers including Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan, John Barman, Fox-Nahem, Thad Hayes, Tony Ingrao, Todd Merrill, Roman & Williams, and Joe d'Urso. These architects and interior designers are inspired by the island's popular natural appeal to produce houses that set the global requirements for oceanfront design. Today, that implies thoughtful, contemporary, highly tailored structures that reference the East End's rich history and are created to enhance appreciation of the legendary seaside landscape. The buildings vary from shingled beach cottages to a redesigned 1840s barn and a sustainable, glass-walled guesthouse on pilings. They display a curated blend of standard references with advanced architecture and excellent art collections, finished by the South Fork's popular light and ocean views. In some houses, a sense of calm pervades, and comfortably selected dining terraces with neutral color pattern watch out over tranquil docks, while in others, dynamic midcentury contemporary devices and outsize outside fireplaces indicate frequent and abundant pool parties. Whether they are embellished with natural products and famous 1950s and 1960s furniture from Charles Eames and Hans Wegner, or eighteenth-century antiques and commercial objects-- all have actually been thoroughly selected to show the possibilities of authentic design in the Hamptons today.