Studio Zung, Atelier 2016 residence, Hamptons, swimming pool, salvaged building materials, intelligent residence, luxury residence, Long Island, green architecture, oak flooring, wooden deck, traditional architecture

The 3,800-square-foot residence sits on a 160-acre reserve located in between Gardiner’s Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Part of one of the seaside communities of the Hamptons, the house draws from the region’s rural architecture, but accommodates all the needs of the 21st century homeowner.

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Studio Zung, Atelier 2016 residence, Hamptons, swimming pool, salvaged building materials, intelligent residence, luxury residence, Long Island, green architecture, oak flooring, wooden deck, traditional architecture

It features foot vaulted ceilings incorporating wooden beams made from salvaged pine, and large glass doors opening towards a swimming pool with a pool house and 2,500 square feet of decking. The folding doors connect the swimming pool with the kitchen and dining area nestled under a vaulted ceiling. The rest of the ground floor accommodates the living room and a pair of bedrooms, while the master and two other bedrooms occupy the first floor. One of the most noticeable features of the house is the luxury finishing-white oak flooring and grey marble in the bathrooms and kitchen countertops.

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