New York-based studio, Stamberg Aferiat Architecture have built this amazing colorful residence for their own use which is consisting of two independent pavilions around a pool. Located on Shelter Island, just north of the Hamptons, this house have the most innovative structures that influenced from the history of modern architecture, and for Shelter Island, it is perhaps the most polychromatic houses we have ever seen. The two independent pavilions features a harmonious composition for living, one pavilion containing a master suite, the other pavilion provides a kitchen and living area. The Shelter Island House is a fusion of many inspirations that creates a truly unique whole. The architects point out that colour has always been integral to modern architecture, so that the Shelter Island Pavilion showcases a host of colour combinations, using both pigmented materials and new paint technology, where the walls, ceilings, floors, inside and out, every planar surface has been given a unique hue, an approach that has been extended to furniture, furnishings and art, turning every vista into a frozen composition.
Beautiful Shelter Island House with Colorful Exterior and Interior
Living room with Classic modern style Furnishing
From the outside, a tilted over-sailing butterfly roofs and walls extend out from the living space into the poolside area, serving to distort and expand the true extent of the space. From inside, the furnishing is minimal and in classic modern style, decorated with (more…)