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Project in collaboration with Eisner Design, NY / Role: Senior Designer

Situated on Long Island's North Fork, this modernist house underwent a comprehensive revitalization.


Key enhancements included: optimizing the North side with upper and lower decks connected by a staircase and introducing a soffit to integrate roof overhang with the new deck, alongside new Juliet balconies; reinforcing engagement with surrounding nature by adding a frame-like return wall with a balcony on the East façade; replacing dated 1970s board & batten siding with lighter cedar wood siding; extending and enhancing the main entry porch at the South; installing a new canopy for the garage at the West; applying fiber-cement cladding on upper level walls and porch; and refinishing the old beige stucco with an off-white tone.

View from driveway at South

Diagram of salvage kit of parts proposed for the house

Front (South) elevation


A house with modernist lines and a gloomy look needs a facelift

Rear (North) elevation

View towards North with new deck, cladding and Juliet balconies.

Proposed lower level and upper floor plans with salvage kit

Section thru new decks at North

New East balcony allows for more engagement with surrounding nature

Detail of new entry porch at South

View towards Northeast corner

New entry porch and finishes at South elevation

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