The garage, visible from the street, is made attractive with acrylic panels from CYRO Industries. “When the garage is illuminated at night, it glows nicely,” says architect Carol DiCicco Vinci.
This East Hampton retreat was designed as two simple volumes with a central corridor. Aluminum storefront and Arcadia and Kawneer doors give the home a decidedly modern flair, while a bluestone base and stained tongue-and-groove cedar add timeless warmth.
To preserve the house’s bucolic setting among mature oak, birch, and evergreen trees, DiCicco Vinci removed only two small specimens from the site.
For continuity, the architect used ipe flooring throughout the home and carried it onto the exterior decks at the rear.