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House Tour: A Family-Friendly Home Overlooking Amagansett's Gardiners Bay

House Tour: A Family-Friendly Home Overlooking Amagansett's Gardiners Bay

Houses by the water take Robert Young back to his childhood. A native of Boston, the architect grew up near the coast, where sailing was customary, as was owning a boat—particularly in his family, since his father was a boat dealer and built intricate model ships for fun. “The craftsmanship that goes into a boat is a balance between form and function,” Young says. “It’s similar to what I do when I design a house.”

Inside the Airy East Hampton Home of Architect James D’Auria

Inside the Airy East Hampton Home of Architect James D’Auria

Architect James D’Auria and his wife, Jennifer, a real estate agent, lived for some 15 years in a home James designed on a bucolic plot of farmland in Amagansett. When he built the house, a shingled but modern-inflected structure that references the East End’s barn vernacular, the couple also had a place in Manhattan. But they were spending so little time in town, they eventually gave it up.

Must-Have Beach Accessories

Must-Have Beach Accessories

The dog days of summer call for fewer social engagements and a lot more time lounging at the shore, favorite beach accessories in tow.

Tour the Comfortably Modern Sag Harbor Cove Home of Designer Allison Babcock

Tour the Comfortably Modern Sag Harbor Cove Home of Designer Allison Babcock

Morning runs have a way of clearing the head and exposing people to new possibilities, which is precisely what happened when Luke Babcock took off on an early a.m. jog one day in 2010. The couple—she an interior designer, he a finance professional—had moved to the Hamptons from New York City in 2003 and had been living in a traditional house nearby. But they were eager to find a more expansive home for themselves and their daughters. They also wanted to create a home they could really call their own—built from the ground up.

Step Inside the Masterful Amagansett Retreat of Architect Paul Masi

Step Inside the Masterful Amagansett Retreat of Architect Paul Masi

Harry Bates has been designing houses on Long Island since the early 1960s. Back then, the choice of materials was limited to “whatever you could get at the lumberyard,” says Bates, explaining the modesty of his early dwellings. But he still found ways to give his houses handsomely proportioned spaces, with crisp details that reflected serious architectural ambitions. His goal was always to do more with less.

Christopher Burch’s Southampton Estate is Host to the Cocoon9 House and a Girls’ Get-Together Like No Other

Christopher Burch’s Southampton Estate is Host to the Cocoon9 House and a Girls’ Get-Together Like No Other

What do you get when you take seven gorgeous women, delectable hors d’oeuvres from the Hamptons Aristocrat, and a state-of-the-art Cocoon9 house, all poolside at Christopher Burch’s Southampton estate? A girls’ get-together like no other.

Five Simple Summer Floral Arrangements, as Imagined by Anastasia Casale of Sag Harbor Florist

Five Simple Summer Floral Arrangements, as Imagined by Anastasia Casale of Sag Harbor Florist

Anastasia Casale of Sag Harbor Florist elevates rustic chic to a level of sheer elegance through the artistry of flowers in the simplest arrangements possible.

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