Twenty Seven

January 2012 - December 2012 | Bates Masi Junior Architect

The drawings and images on this page are from a yet-unrealized residence located in East Hampton, NY. The main feature of this home is the fact that it is partially submerged. This not only insulates the home from temperature extremes, it also acts as a noise buffer between the home and the main street behind. Additionally, the home references the vernacular design of potato barns that were once common on the east end of Long Island.

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