Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior of Arc House
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

 

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior living space (foreground) and bedrooms (background)
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: elevations
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: model
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior of Arc House, front
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: interior living space and kitchen
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: interior living space (left), kitchen (right) and stairwell (center)
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: stair lower level
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: kitchen
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior landscape
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: stair lower level
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: hallway
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: stair detail
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: master bathroom
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: guest bathroom
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: section
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior stair in snow
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior stone wall in snow
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior roof detail
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior front facade
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010

Arc House - East Hampton, New York
Arc House - East Hampton, New York

The site is under a flight path to the local airport and close to a train track. We felt that by using an industrial building technology, an airplane hangar, we would transcend the perceived limitations of such proximities. Further, we were all seduced by the idea of a large column-less self-supporting canopy that enclosed all the public spaces of the house-cost effectively.

Image: exterior: back facade: bedrooms (foreground) and main living space (background)
Location: East Hampton, Long Island, New York
Program: single family home 
Area: 6000 square feet
Year Built: 2010