Created for a family of five, the Connecticut Residence stretches across a 4.3-acre forested site with a large pond in the center. The architects split the home into three volumes, two of which sit on either side of the pond with a long covered bridge in between.
David Sundberg / ESTO
David Sundberg is a architectural photographer based in New York City, represented by Esto Photographics.
David Sundberg is actively involved with contemporary architecture and travels widely on assignment. Important work in the New York area includes Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street; the Bank of America Tower by Cook + Fox; SOM’s One World Trade, the Calatrava West Concourse Tunnel and Grimshaw’s Fulton Street Transit Center.
Sundberg grew up in St Louis, studied in New York and Paris and graduated from NYU with a degree in photography. With a keen sensitivity to the way light and time impact the perception of space, David creates dynamic, engaging images which often appear in the design press.
David frequently complements still imagery with motion, and he has recently been collaborating on video production as an architectural cinematographer, offering an expert eye to enhance video documentation. He worked with the production team at Birdlings on a project for Telx and continues to work on video projects.
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Marvel Architects designed this weekend house, for year-round use, on Red Creek Road in the town of Southampton, New York. Situated on a 3.64 acre site, the house has stunning views to both The Great Peconic Bay and the forest.
The Stonington Residence, a recently renovated and restored historic house, is sited between 300 feet of waterfront and a large meadow in Stonington, Connecticut. While the house is situated on a small stone ledge, additional rock outcroppings of the landscape help to organize the outdoor spaces, which include a studio and garage, a pool, and patios.
We were engaged to design a new four bedroom farmhouse on an existing 280 acre family farm in a remote area of northeastern Pennsylvania. The owners chose a piece of land in a meadow on the edge of a hedgerow.
Architects: Gray Organschi Architecture Project: Chilmark House Collaborator: Aaron Schiller Architects in Charge: Alan Organschi, Lisa Gray, Eero Puurunen, Aaron Schiller, David Sheerin, Britt Brown Hayes, Marion Forbes Location: Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA Area 6000.0 ft2 Project Year 2017 Photography: David Sundberg / Esto Chilmark’s long agrarian history on the windswept southern edge of Martha’s […]
This 1929 Tudor Style House has been recently renovated by Joeb Moore & Partners Architects in New York. Description by Joeb Moore & Partners: The residential community of Scarsdale, NY, was part of a suburban movement influenced by Olmsted’s ‘Garden Suburb’. The twenties saw a building boom in the suburb, many Tudor style houses in the […]