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Miami Beach Apartment / SheltonMindel

To integrate the indoor and outdoor spaces of a Miami Beach tropical ocean front apartment residence in an elegant and rigorously designed curvilinear building by Renzo Piano.

Shelter Island Retreat / KoningEizenberg Architecture

The design of this weekend family retreat on Shelter Island, NY responds to the location’s wistful beauty. Mature trees, hedgerows and rolling lawns extend to a narrow sandy beach and the water beyond.

Vermont Chalet / Birdseye Design

Chalet is a renovated, re-envisioned ski house located slope side at a mountain resort in Vermont. The existing 1960’s home, unoccupied and mold-riddled, was demolished down to the foundation and first floor framing.

Wainscott House / Bates Masi Architects

At the end of the 19th Century a private beach community was established from over 100 acres of coastal farmland. It was here that a family with a passion for art decided to build a home for their family

Hudson River Think Tank / SheltonMindel

For the client, a South African high-tech software entrepreneur and Astronaut (the second civilian to go to outerspace with the Russian Cosmonauts), create a low-tech architectural solution for Think Tank research and conference space

Terrapin House, Vermont / Birdseye

Terrapin House is a single-family private residence for a large extended family located in Woodstock, Vermont. The project straddles the edge of a forest and open mountain meadow on a steep rock band that delineates the two landscape features.

Lathhouse: a Reverence for Vernacular Form by Birdseye Design

Lathhouse is a regionally inspired home conceptually influenced by the local agricultural history combined with contemporary programming, modernist convention, sustainable building systems and materials, and a reverence for vernacular form.

Field Residence by Birdseye Design

Field Residence is a private house located in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. The house overlooks a large meadow to the west and is sited in the northeast corner

Director’s Loft in Manhattan by SheltonMindel

In this loft residence, the shell of the space is articulated by the exposure of its limed brick enclosure and sprinklers and overhead utilities. All added partitions are articulated in a white lacquer panel system by differentiating vocabularies of old and new.

Manhattan Triplex Apartment / SheltonMindel

Combine two disparate developer units atop a new Manhattan highrise, a two-story penthouse and a simplex below, to create a seamless single-family Manhattan triplex apartment.

Historic Central Park Triplex, Manhattan / SheltonMindel

In one of Manhattan’s noted landmark beaux-arts revival buildings, combine two untouched disparate penthouses (circa 1920) and create one cohesive seamless residence.

Prewar Manhattan Apartment Remodeled by SheltonMindel

The objective in this large scale prewar Manhattan Apartment with a long dark narrow succession of closed rooms is to create a series of organized open spaces that take advantage of south and west exposures to light and incorporate views of Manhattan’s Central Park.

Sleeve House, Vacation Home in a Rural Area of the Hudson Valley

Oriented in relation to the rolling hills of its site and views of surrounding mountain ranges, the Sleeve house is conceived as two elongated volumes – a smaller one sleeved into a larger – sitting on a cast-in-place concrete base.

Montauk Weekend Residence by Robert Young Architects

An intrinsic connection to, and respect for, nature defines this Montauk weekend residence at every glance. The owners purchased two adjacent lots that were sold as one, a rarity to find in the area. Yet instead of building one oversized house, RYA created two separate structures — a main house and a guest house/garage — on the property.

Living Levels Residence by Oza Sabbeth Architects

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.

Acton Cove House by Bates Masi Architects

An active family with a love of boating wanted a home on Chesapeake Bay, surrounded by the maritime charm of Annapolis harbor. These traditional materials, layered with modern insulation, glazing, and building systems create a high-performance structure, contributing to the LEED Certification of the Acton Cove house.

Hudson River Pier Residence by SheltonMindel

In a sleek, modernist tower adjacent to Manhattan’s Hudson River, create a floor-through residence without compromising the architectural integrity of the iconoclastic building and it’s four exposures of glass while responding to the shifted geometry along the water’s edge of the river beyond.

Manhattan Reservoir Residence with Views of Manhattan’s Central Park

The objective in this pre-war Manhattan apartment is to create a cohesive plan to unify and open the disjointed spaces while utilizing the light and views available of New York’s Central Park and Reservoir.

Fifth Avenue Penthouse Pied-a-Terre / SheltonMindel

In a dark closed plan with a centrally located elevator and stair core in a 4500 square foot prewar apartment overlooking the New York City Reservoir, open up the spaces to have a connection to the views and light.

Manhattan Rooftop Residence / SheltonMindel

Combine the two top floors of a Manhattan co-op building with outdoor space, and convert into a seamless duplex penthouse. The cubic nature of the volume created about the opened up slabs emphasizes the verticality of these two floors so unique to this unit.