David Ling Architect
Architects & Designers
Amagansett contemporary-exterior


The house is integrated in the surrounding natural
environment of beach and dunes. The large expanses of glass on the second floor
allow views of both very different bodies of water: the placid bay and ever
changing ocean.
The exterior mass of the main body of the house is composed of 3 parts, a cement panel clad bottom, a cedar clad roof/ceiling and sides, and thirdly, joining the two are the second floor glass windows. Horizontal cedar slats are placed to the sides, filtering the views to the neighboring houses.

Photos by Erik Freeland

What Houzz contributors are saying:

This Long Island, New York, house, designed by architect David Ling for himself, includes a cylinder that sits behind a slatted wood wall.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

farhadmatin added this to farhadmatin's Ideas
May 21, 2014
Mid century
lifanur added this to lifanur's ideas
May 19, 2014
it's so very wonderful house
heminpatel added this to heminpatel's ideas
May 18, 2014
curtain structure
honungsmane added this to honungsmane's Ideas
May 18, 2014
werneralberts added this to New Ideas
May 18, 2014
Nice Screen
Chuck Hammack CAPS, CGP added this to Exterior.ed
May 15, 2014
Cylindrical definition
lakshman29reddy added this to lakshman29reddy's ideas
September 12, 2013
annrall added this to Exterior Ideas
September 10, 2013
the wall
lizagale added this to exterior ideas
September 1, 2013
slats... again....
adnilasor added this to adnilasor's ideas
August 28, 2013
replace veical fascia with horizontal
tmelkins added this to tmelkins's Ideas
August 19, 2013
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August 2, 2013
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July 15, 2013
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