Discover the Livingston Manor House, a serene retreat nestled in the West Catskills, just two hours northwest of New York City. Designed by Marc Thorpe for a Brooklyn-based graphic designer and his family, this modern, Scandinavian-inspired haven epitomizes rural escape.
Its defining feature is a striking, deep triangulated cantilevered roofline, elegantly floating above a wrapping deck. Embracing passive design, the house not only stands out for its aesthetic appeal but also for its commitment to ecological sustainability.
In the tranquil embrace of the Western Catskill Mountains, the Fremont House stands as a testament to sustainable living and architectural elegance. Close to the renowned town of Roscoe, New York, this 100% solar-powered residence marries Marc Thorpe‘s contemporary design aesthetics with a seamless blend of self-reliance and ecological responsibility.
Offering a well-thought-out 1000 sqft layout (approximately 92.9 sqm) that includes essential living spaces across two stories, this home not only reflects our harmonious coexistence with nature but also sets a benchmark for future residential projects.