With views of the neighboring ocean, the Georgica Cove House combines the vernacular architecture of East Hampton and rural farm buildings. The design of the home is a series of connected gabled structures, mimicking the look of an aged barn that's been added to over time. Clad in oversized cedar shingles, the exterior blends with the traditional facades in the area in a modern way. Its interior is divided among units, allowing for a cozy dwelling for two or a spacious retreat when guests arrive. The network of rooms is arranged around a central courtyard. Sliding glass doors open each space to the outdoors where an inner lawn leads to a swimming pool overlooking the coast.
Photos: Bates Masi + Architects