Bridgehampton House

Bridgehampton House

Bridgehampton, NY, USA | View Map
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Private Houses
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct link
ManufacturersBig Ass FansHaiku
Exterior Windows & Doors – A SeriesAndersen Windows
Pocket Door HardwareAccurate Lock and Hardware
Interior PaintBenjamin Moore
Heat-Generating Fireplace – Phenix Green BODART & GONAY

Product Spec Sheet
by Duravit
Exterior Windows & Doors – A Series
Pocket Door Hardware
Interior Paint
Heat-Generating Fireplace – Phenix Green

Bridgehampton House


This custom modular home was designed to leverage existing prefabrication methods by working within factory limits to efficiently produce a home specific to the client and the site. Here, the client’s brief called for a casual, light-filled summer retreat, centered on maintaining a fluid indoor-outdoor connection with exterior spaces for lounging, playing, and entertaining.


While the house is larger than the nearby cottages, it was important to the clients to be a good neighbor. So, the main level is broken into two smaller volumes and clad in weathered gray cedar. Without a formal front door, a welcoming tree-lined autocourt leads to an entry deck. This covered deck is created by a spanning second story that defines the threshold between public and private.


Pulling apart the house’s volumes generates greater opportunities for permeability between inside and outside. With sliding doors abundant and 5800SF of continuous decks wrapping the house, it becomes just as natural to utilize outdoor connections between living spaces as indoor ones.


Inside, the clients wanted a minimal, white interior that would be light and bright, but also hold up to their three young kids. White acrylic built-ins provide effortless storage to easily hide toys, shoes, and beach gear. Cedar ceilings and white oak flooring add a warm counterbalance.


Leveraging the factory, about eighty-percent of the house was built off-site, helping to minimize construction waste. To offset its size, the house has many sustainable features to reduce its energy usage. A flash-and-batt insulation system provides a tight building envelope. Rooftop solar panels and a closed-loop geothermal system provide nearly all the electrical, heating, and cooling needs. Large windows throughout and lightwells in the basement optimize daylighting; while cedar brise soleils control solar gain. When lights are needed, LED fixtures on a control system minimize electrical usage.


Material Used :
1. ZipSystems – Exterior Sheathing
2. Carslile Syntex – EPDM Roofing
3. Edel Grass – Artificial Turf Tiles – Unlimited
4. Benjamin Moore – Interior Paint
5. Cabot – Exterior Stain – Bleaching Stain
6. Accurate – Pocket Door Hardware
7. Lutron – Home Control System – RadioRA2
8. Kohler – Plumbing Fixtures and Bath Accesories – Purist Line
9. Dupont – Countertops / Solid Surfaces – Corian
10. Daltile – Bath Tile – Composition Gesso (Walls), Match Point Colorbody (Floors)
11. Ultracompact Surface – Solid Surfaces – Dekton Zenith Matte
12. Juno – LED Downlighs
13. Big Ass Fans – Ceiling Fan – Haiku L Series
14. Duravit – Wall Hung Toilets – Starck 2
15. Zuma – Bathtubs – C Series
16. Signature Hardware – Master Bath Tub – Eira Resin Freestanding
17. Calazzo – Outdoor Shower – Toren
18. Fisher & Paykel – Kitchen Appliances
19. Bosch – Kitchen Fridge
20. Uline – Beverage Fridges
21. Bodart & Gonay – Heat-Generating Fireplace – Phenix Green 
22. Andersen Window Systems – Exterior Windows & Doors – A Series

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