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This Sagaponac House Features a Grand Living Space

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Project: Sagaponac House
Architect: Robert Kahn Architect
Location: Sagaponac, New York, USA
Photos: Robert Kahn

Sagaponac House is a single family house designed by architect Robert Kahn in Hamptons, Suffolk County, New York, United States.

Description by Robert Kahn: This house is part of a unique development in the Hamptons, conceived as an antidote to the over-sized houses so prevalent in the area. Architect Richard Meier chose Robert Kahn as one of thirty internationally-recognized modernist architects to design a house on a two-acre site.

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At 2,000 square-feet, this modest sized home features a grand living space enclosed on three sides by 20-foot window walls. On the second floor is the master suite and adjoining library, which overlooks the living room. Additionally, there are two bedrooms on the first floor.

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Two sets of double doors open out onto a long rectangular pool. On the far end of the pool is a pool house that doubles as a screened-in porch and features an indoor/outdoor shower that is open to the sky. A roof deck is accessible from the second floor via an external spiral staircase.

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