Osprey’s Touchdown is an understated Lengthy Island seaside home

by Editorial Team

Osprey’s Touchdown is a Lengthy Island seaside home with an understated twist. The brains behind it, Oza Sabbeth Architects, have taken their cues from their ‘radical reimagination’ strategy (a design philosophy that permits them to get spectacular outcomes from modest however impactful tweaks to basic vernacular types) to craft a extremely design-led nation residence that on the identical time feels grounded and anchored to its leafy Montauk website. 

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

Osprey’s Touchdown: an impactful, but modest nation residence

Mixing twenty first century wants and aesthetics, with a delicate midcentury modernist structure take, the architects, led by principals Peter Sabbeth and Nilay Oza, labored on a house tailor-made to the consumer’s wants. The latter had requested a two-storey single-family residence – but upon nearer inspection, the crew realised that constructing this could ‘expose the higher ground to the Montauk Freeway’ to the residence’s horizon. 

Osprey's Landing house with a pool

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

To keep away from wrapping views of busy site visitors into what was meant as a serene countryside residence, Oza Sabbeth took a distinct route – constructing out, as they produced ‘a ranch-style home full with uncovered beams, double-height vaulted ceilings, and spacious private and non-private house, all located inside a 5,500 sq ft L-shaped structure,’ they clarify. 

living space and timber and white details in Osprey's Landing house

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

‘The goal was to evoke an clever design that directly mitigates the proximity to the freeway by creating pure limitations and constructed limitations between the inviting garden and the street, whereas minimising the sight and presence of vehicles passing by,’ the architects write. 

Osprey's Landing looking out of timber structure

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

‘Between the street and the property line, 100 ft of just a little reserve present a way of boundary, a piece of lush vegetation that creates a thick and visually textured wall of privateness from the principle freeway.’

Osprey's Landing terraces looking out

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

Swathes of timber and strategic floor-to-ceiling home windows guarantee residents can take within the inexperienced environment from each room. A number of terraces and the swimming pool provide extra alternatives to discover the outside throughout the residence’s day by day life. 

white interiors in Osprey's Landing house

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)

The interiors function restrained minimalist seems in order that the character can take centre stage. Inner and exterior pathways and intuitive routes between areas of the home body vistas and draw the attention in the direction of the leafy outside, underscoring Oza Sabbeth’s intention to have a good time the most effective of the positioning’s location. 

Osprey's Landing house looking out to lawn

(Picture credit score: Alan Tansey)


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