The Holley house on Noyac road was inspired by Peter Sabbeth’s own house “fresh Pond.” Our client came to see the house and while she loved it, she loved even more how she could change it and make it hers.
Oza Sabbeth Architects
At Oza Sabbeth Architects, we think of home as more than an aesthetic construct that shelters its residents - more than the dreams of a family, or the art and science of the architect.
At Oza Sabbeth Architects, home is an ambient environment that infuses our existence with the essential elements for recharging, balancing, and devotion. We design homes for coming and going, gathering and entertaining, waking and sleeping, work and play. We collaborate with our clients to create homes that enhance their practical lifestyles and fulfill their wildest dreams.
We believe that the simple act of walking through a well designed home, as it responds to the passing day and perennial seasons, should be a worthy experience. Our commitment to sustainability reflects our reverence for the east end’s incomparable natural beauty.
LOCATION: Bridgehampton, New York
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This project was an adaptive reuse of a quintessentially ‘humble’ ranch home dating back from the post war era. What it lacks in ‘architectural significance’ is made up by its location. It benefits by an advantageous location on the site that would have been lost had we decided to demolish and rebuild.
This 4,500 Square Feet house was designed and built for a family of four. It is situated at the intersection of two large farm fields and a small naturally occurring basin in Sagaponack, New York. The farms result in large watersheds. Coupled with the Basin, the site becomes quite topographically challenging.