The Sea by West Chin Architects

New York City-based mostly studio West Chin Architects made The Sea project, a seashore property situated in Prolonged Seashore, New York, USA.

This award winning 5,500 square foot property requires benefit of unobstructed views of Lengthy Seaside and the ocean.


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The Sea by West Chin Architects:

“This 60’ broad x 100’ deep corner good deal on the Atlantic Ocean is an addition to the fabric of a local community which is a city by the sea an completely beautiful dichotomy of nature and guy.

This is the 1st home in the United States to use the environmentally aware structurally dynamic BBS wood structural panels from Austria. These panels allow a minimal floor slab thickness and massive spans, and in the very same breadth provides insulation value. The BBS acts as the interior and / or exterior finishes in several situations this was a warm stability to the vast amount of glass on the façade and the exposed reinforced thermal concrete wall.

The use of a solar panel on the south facing roof will place energy back on the grid for the duration of the week, when the residence is not in use. And in the course of the weekends it will supplement the electrical needs of this 5,500 sq ft home.

At the top of the interior stair one will find the 26’ broad bi-fold garage door that opens up to an unobstructed view of the ocean, seashores and horizon. Each component of this beach home requires advantage of its all-natural surroundings.”

Photographs by: Eric Laignel

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