The architecture of this Long Island home was inspired by the humble aesthetic of barns, with white clapboard, black-framed divided windows, and metal roof. High volume spaces make the home seem larger than it is, with an open central space for the living room, dining area and kitchen. Abundant windows and glass doors enhance this sense of volume, allowing natural light to stream in throughout the day. With minimal molding, the interior’s architectural emphasis is on clean, geometric lines.

Photographer: Antoine Bootz
General Contractor: Mylestone Construction
Landscape Designer: Bayview Landscape Architecture