Tuesday, 26 February 2008


House, Sag Harbor, 1993

A derelict, turn-of-the-century house was originally laid out as a two-family dwelling. The complete restoration involved simplifying the sequence of rooms and creating a visual connection to the garden. An effort was also made to render the renovation invisible by reusing hardware and bathroom fixtures. Federal-style moldings and details were retained and integrated with the owner’s heritage of Scandinavian furniture and objects.

photos by Christoph Kicherer

Words and images above from fernlund+logan architects

Catching up with everything over at {frolic!} again today, Chelsea always has such a treasure trove of information on so many things, my favorite today is learning about the designers responsible this amazing house. So I thought I'd pop over to site of origin and take a peek around. Wow! Loads of amazing projects going on here at fernlund+logan architects


Jane Flanagan said...

Oh I love this home. So clean. I can smell the sea.

P O S I E S said...

Hey, Thanks:)! It is an amazing house, huh?

Lobster and swan said...

that it is! I could move in today!