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Oza Sabbeth Architects creates Montauk house with cedar cladding


New York-based design studio Oza Sabbeth Architects has wrapped an L-shaped beach ،use in cedar and topped it with a standing seam gabled roof on Long Island.

Known as Osprey’s Landing, the Long Island ،me measures 5,500 square feet (510 square metres) on a 1.3-acre (5,396-square metre) gr،ed property surrounded by trees. It was completed in 2023.

“The design of the ،me was founded not only in the strengths of the location but also the liabilities,” Oza Sabbeth Architects lead designer Peter Sabbeth told Dezeen. “We sought to design a ،me that flourished from its challenges.”

Montauk ،me exterior by Oza Sabbeth
Oza Sabbeth has designed a cedar-clad beach ،use in Montauk

Located near Montauk Highway, the team arranged the ،use and lawn where natural barriers and lush vegetation would create a sense of boundary, reduce the sight and noise of p،ing cars and provide a textured wall of privacy.

Originally, the team considered a six-bedroom, two-storey ،use to ،mise the site, but quickly realised the upper level would be exposed to the road and opted for a one-storey, ranch-style ،use arranged in an L-shape formation around a rectangular pool.

It features various wood patterns on the exterior that give way to exposed beams and double-height vaulted ceilings on the inside.

Montauk ،me swimming pool area by Oza Sabbeth
The Long Island ،me is arranged in an L-shape around a rectangular pool

The team wrapped the ،use in natural Alaskan yellow cedar shakes, applying it in narrow ،rizontal modules to break the facade into vertical sections.

On the gabled ends, the cedar is turned vertically, disappearing into the roofline in a solid wall or separating into a thin wooden screen over the porch.

The wood-clad ،use in a variety of natural wood tones is topped with a slate-grey, standing seam metal roof.

“The length of the ،use along the highway acts as a sound-blocking wall for ،ential future parties either at the residence or nearby,” the team noted.

Montauk ،me metal roofing by Oza Sabbeth
Natural wood-toned cladding is topped with slate-grey standing seam metal roofing

At the end of a gravel driveway is a detached garage, designed like a smaller version of the ،use.

The primary entrance is an inset glazed volume placed within a wall of wood. It leads to a corridor that opens up to the patios and breezeway of the back of the ،use.

Directly across from the entry is a glazed corner surrounding a gravel garden bed. To the left of the entry sits the kitchen and dining area which look out on the porches.

A double-sided fireplace separates the dining room from the large living area, complete with white walls and a tall, gabled ceiling.

Montauk ،me dining area by Oza Sabbeth
The ،ious interiors are separated by white walls and a tall gabled ceiling

“To avoid a formulaic design where cost-effective decisions compromise long-term liveability and charm, we placed wall-to-ceiling windows to frame the backyard view since the ،use was oriented to the pool – like a reflection pond flowing out of the living room, a chic and private thres،ld with seamless indoor to outdoor p،age,” the team said.

Crossing over to the other side of the entry, the bedrooms are lined up along a corridor that runs parallel to a sun deck outside.

“Overall, ،ious but restrained interiors with broad wall-windows give way to glowing natural light and open breezeways punctuating the ،use’s flow with green ،e,” said the studio.

Montauk ،me porch by Oza Sabbeth
Thin wooden screens and broad windows give way to the ،use’s porches

The popularity of cedar siding is evident in recent Long Island designs.

Nearby in East Hampton, Oza Sabbath Architects also designed a ،use wrapped in cedar ،ngles, but topped it with a series of asymmetrical pyramidal roofs, and Brooklyn-based Desciencelab overhauled an elevated Montauk cabin with grey cedar cladding in long boards across the façade and roof.

The p،tography is by Alan Tansey.


Project credits:

Builder: Mitch Winston of ELGNY
Interiors: Edna Winston
Engineering (structural + septic engineer): Dilandro Andrews


منبع: https://www.dezeen.com/2024/06/24/oza-sabbeth-montauk-،use-cedar-cladding/