Jenny Peysin Architecture makes Southampton household with a glass pavilion

Jenny Peysin Architecture has concluded a property in the Hamptons with a poured-in-location concrete envelope and a glazed living room.

Accomplished in 2019 on the jap close of Extensive Island, New York, the 8,300-sq. foot (770-square metre) property has a board-fashioned mass with punched home windows, natural products and gentle-crammed spaces.

A poured-in-area concrete bar grounds the glazed dwelling house

The concrete bar – which includes circulation and sleeping areas – was Jenny Peysin Architecture’s 1st time functioning with solid-in-place concrete as an all-in-just one finished facade and structural substance.

“Things this sort of as anchors for structural connections, recesses for window frames and insulation and tie-back layouts, to title a several, all experienced to be imagined via and coordinated ahead of the pour,” said Jenny Peysin, founder of her eponymous studio.

Bedroom of Hamptons house by Jenny Peysin Architecture
The bar consists of sleeping areas

Peysin emphasised details of the structure by sandblasting the formwork to draw out the wood grain in the concrete and mitering the window trim.

In the meantime, the heaviness of the bar is balanced with the ground-to-ceiling glazed residing room that protrudes into the yard and has the kitchen and dwelling space.

Kitchen in Hamptons house by Jenny Peysin Architecture
A kitchen and residing spaces attribute in ‘the cube’

“The common area quantity – or what we arrived to get in touch with ‘the cube’ as the style and design progressed – is a lofty open up room that is enclosed on 3 sides with operable whole-peak glass,” Peysin mentioned.

“This authorized for greatest connectivity among the kitchen area, living and eating rooms, as effectively as a direct hyperlink to the out of doors recreation areas,” she ongoing.

Double-tiered roof plate on Hamptons house
A double-tiered roof plate floats above the cube

A double-tiered roof plate floats crowns the dice, pulling the structural spanning beams back from the edge.

Neighborhood gravel serves as ballast for the roof of the cube.

Fireplace in the glass living element
The dwelling place features a significant fireplace

The studio took a “less is more” solution for the interiors to showcase the homeowner’s in depth art assortment, but with a hand-crafted feeling that expresses how the elements had been designed.

Extensive plank, rift-lower European white oak warms the ceiling of the living space and the floors of the bedrooms, which are concealed guiding additional-tall white oak doors.

Hamptons house
The house has a poolhouse with an outside shower

Vibrant aspects pop towards the neutral tones of the property, these as pink accent nooks minimize into partitions and hand-crafted Bisazza cement tiles with subtle color variants in the bathrooms.

The spaces immediate the occupants’ views upward with skylights around vainness spaces and the central stair – inside which hangs a Bocci chandelier suspended by custom brackets.

The studio also developed a pool with an computerized translucent cover that pulls in excess of the water to build a rippling result and a pool house with an outdoor shower that employs teak slats to disguise the plumbing.

Underneath the household, mild pours into a subterranean courtyard with a delicate concrete stair that connects the outside area to a basement media room.

Subterranean courtyard at Hamptons house
Light pours into a subterranean courtyard

The Brooklyn-primarily based studio was founded by Ukrainian-American architect Jenny Peysin in 2016. She recently led her workforce on a volunteering excursion at a critical transit position on the Polish-Ukrainian border for refugees trying to find asylum from the war in Ukraine.

In advance of starting up her very own apply, Peysin labored with Blaze Makoid Architecture, who intended a cedar-clad retreat close by in Southampton.

The pictures is by Adam Macchia.

Task credits:

Architecture: Jenny Peysin Architecture
Standard contractor: Sciame Homes and Reinhardt O’brien Development
Structural, MEP & civil engineering: JR Holzmacher Consulting Engineers
Lights: Glow Layout + Distribution
Environmental: NY Creating Engineering Team
A/V: Audio Interiors Inc
Landscape: The Bayberry
Interiors: Chiara Zavattiero, Selfhabitat
Kitchen area: Group 7

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