East End House by Andrew Franz Architect
Perched on a bluff overlooking the water, a house on Long Island’s East End will be a serene year-round retreat. Living spaces open outward toward cool breezes and lapping waves in summer, and in winter orient inwards toward warm wood paneling and a cozy two-sided fireplace.
A familiar regional palette of red cedar, copper, and bluestone belie sophisticated passive house strategies including a continuously insulated envelope and energy-recovery ventilation, while a green roof provides both visual reward and environmental benefit.
Photography courtesy of Andrew Franz Architect
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