This house is modern, but comfortable with patina, and refers to the history and tradition of the Hamptons. Classic furniture, mostly from the 40s and 50s, mixed with antique brass chandeliers, push-button light switches, old hardware from 1900, country sinks from the 1930s and windows cast from factory steel profiles collectively create a "survival style": an eclectic mix of extraordinary artifacts with warmth and richness. It is timeless and intentionally hard to date.
Country House by Michael Haverland Architect in East Hampton, NY
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Photography: Chris Bausch