TA Dumbleton Architect Designs a House in the Hamptons, New York
By Magaly • Mar 15, 2017
Located in Bridgehampton, in the Hamptons, New York, USA, this impressive construction was designed by TA Dumbleton Architect. Surrounded by trees and green gardens that give privacy and create a relaxing atmosphere, this house designed as half-barn and half-loft combines both features perfectly, and makes a space where energy flows through it in a natural way.
The spacious living room-dining room, with high ceilings and glass walls that allow light to fill the space, make it attractive and pleasing to the senses.
The green of the plants placed in the interior is combined with the green of the trees that, from the garden, seem to spy on the interior of the home through the glass walls and windows.
A soft sofa invites us to enjoy wonderful views of the outside from a warm seat by the fireplace.
A simple dining table and chairs of aged wood accompany the living room table.
The spectacular bedroom, located under a beautiful wooden ceiling that seems to float over it, looks cozy despite its size, and the glass wall floods the bed with sunlight.
The second bedroom is full of light, and the green of the outside vegetation seeps indoors.
In the evenings, the light of the house flows out to the garden through the numerous glass walls that set the boundaries of the home, creating a magical atmosphere.
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