Two Hulls by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

“A pair of crafted spatial armatures, lofted above the smooth undulating stone shoreline. A finely calibrated response to site with a material palette that speaks to its nautical roots.”


Beach Pavilion by Carol A. Wilson Architect

Maine architecture is conservative. Tradition runs deep in this state and Goose Rocks Beach is no exception. In fact, both before and after the pavilion was completed, the town attempted to amend the building code to outlaw “flat-roofed” buildings.


St Leon 10 by SAOTA

Overlooking one of the most spectacular coastlines, this home was designed to function as a family home and entertainment pad. Cantilevered terraces give it a quality of lightness and elegance. – SAOTA


Surfside House by Stelle Architects

“Architecture and nature have been fully integrated in this light-saturated, oceanfront setting in the Hamptons on Long Island’s southern shore.”