Project Name: House Renovation/Addition, Sagaponack, NY
Area: 7,000 SF
This renovation brought new clarity to an existing house. In its existing state, the house was an amalgamation of several previous renovations. The project brought coherence to the entire property, including the house, grounds and ancillary structures.
A new addition was created at the front and side of the house. Within the addition, a new foyer, stair and hallway were created. This element adds new spaces while connecting existing levels to create a flow which unifies the entire house. A library, two guest bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a master suite were also part of the new addition. A new custom wine room provides a distinctive space for wine storage and display.
Extensive work was done to the building envelope, to both clarify the facade and to emphasize the connection between interior and exterior spaces. New floor-to-ceiling glazing and new doors were added to the living room, connecting it to the rear and side yards. New siding utilizes cedar shakes, as well as custom cedar planks, strips and screens. New windows and doors were added throughout, as well as a new roof and notably a roof shower area.
At the exterior, a custom pergola adds a gathering space and focal point between the rear of the house and existing pool. A re-landscaped driveway guides residents to a new custom automatic gate. Wood screening and landscaping divide the front and rear yards, creating layers of privacy to balance the expansive glazing and interior/exterior connections.
PJCArchitecture: Philip J. Consalvo, Francesco Del Conte, Adam Kornelli, Ana Teresa Calmon Ribeiro, Nestor Rouyet, Jacqueline van Biene, Stephanie Garcia
Contractor: Gentry Construction, Inc.
Interior Design: Shawn Pinson, Design 201