ISSUE 26  |  Farmhouse Style

Architect Visit: Annabelle Selldorf Artist’s House in Sagaponack

November 16, 2009 11:30 AM

BY Julie Carlson

Set on a seventeen-acre expanse on eastern Long Island, this artist’s compound by Annabelle Selldorf was “inspired by typical New England farm structures; the house, studio, garage, and pool pavilion form a quartet of taut, shingled and gabled volumes arranged around a central courtyard. The structures are positioned to provide a series of outdoor rooms.”

Photographs by Nikolas Koenig courtesy of Selldorf Architects.

 Set on a seventeen-acre expanse on eastern Long Island, this artist's compound by Annabelle Selldorf was "inspired by typical New England farm structures; the house, studio, garage, and pool pavilion form a quartet of taut, shingled and gabled volumes arranged around a central courtyard. The structures are positioned to provide a series of outdoor rooms." Photos by Nikolas Koenig; see more images at Selldorf Architects.

Selldorf Architects designed this artist's residence and studio on Long Island.

Selldorf Architects designed this artist's residence and studio on Long Island.

Selldorf Architects designed this artist's residence and studio on Long Island.

 Set on a seventeen-acre expanse on eastern Long Island, this artist's compound by Annabelle Selldorf was "inspired by typical New England farm structures; the house, studio, garage, and pool pavilion form a quartet of taut, shingled and gabled volumes arranged around a central courtyard. The structures are positioned to provide a series of outdoor rooms." Photos by Nikolas Koenig; see more images at Selldorf Architects.