Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape And Has Amazing Swimming
Pool

Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape And Has Amazing Swimming Pool

Sagaponac House is a 4,500 square foot home in an east Long Island, Wainscott, NY community that was planned by Richard Meier. It consists only of simple lines and shapes, but is firmly rooted in the landscape and creates privacy through the design of the terrain. Although the site was almost flat before construction, the architects succeeded in building the first level slightly below the slope and shaping the surrounding area into a gentle rise. This reduced the visible volume and created space for indoor and outdoor areas that are very open to the surroundings. Once built, the house became a great place for an intimate retreat for a family and even their friends. The private areas with a fantastic outdoor pool are located in such a way that nobody can see them from the street. {TsAO & McKOWN}

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