Whole Home Architecture
Photos by Farzana Quaraishi
Swiss Contemporary Design
Mamaroneck This high-tech, contemporary home is composed of three sections. The first level has an open floor plan with large openings that bring the outside in. The wing has a 27 ft panoramic door that opens up to a concrete patio and houses the year-round indoor swimming pool. The second floor offers five bedrooms and a den and all of the living areas are connected by the patio, the balcony, and the roof top, which captures the majestic views.
Other Contributors: Design and built by Mariella Malizia and Marek Gazda of Coastline Modern Houses
Photos by Peter Murdock
Eric A. Gartner, AIA
Mamaroneck The clean, modern interiors of this 5,500 sq ft home include an open, cantilevered stair and light-filled living spaces with unique special relationships. There are large window openings throughout to connect the interior spaces with the outside, which is wooded. To further connect with the outdoors, there are terraces, a swimming pool, and a dining pavilion.
Other Contributor: Contractor, Nick Giardi, NGI Development
Photos by Daniel Milstein
Christina Griffin, AIA LEED AP BD+C CPHC
Christina Griffin Architect
Scarsdale This French-Normandy-style home was originally built as a spec house, but purchased by a family. The design inspiration came from the style of the home and it features high ceilings, large windows, an abundance of trim work, and a mix of modern and traditional details throughout.
Other Contributor: Paul Diamond, President of Diamond Property Development