SERENITY…

and an enveloping sense of finely-tuned class reign supreme in this East Hampton beach property, flooded with purely natural light-weight and swathed in amazing neutral tones that replicate the sweeping attractiveness of the coastal atmosphere. Owned by a New York-dependent pair who are avid art collectors, the house was initially created in the ’90s and has been refurbished to reflect the pair’s shared enjoy of mid-century, present day and modern day artwork and structure. The man accountable for bringing their eyesight to everyday living is revered Hampton-dependent designer Timothy Godbold, whose intuitive approach to the fragile interplay concerning room, form, luminosity and coloration, has garnered him around the globe significant acclaim.

 

 

 

APPLYING…

his signature minimalism to this costal residence, Godbold has created spacious and warm interiors that evince a compelling connection concerning architectural and tonal components. Without a doubt, his smooth traces of layout convey new ‘shape’ to rooms, although natural and organic silhouettes this sort of as the curvature of an arch and the smooth roundness of sculpted artworks convey to lifestyle the attractive nuances of the house’s a lot more structural factors such as the inky glaze of its painted wooden floorboards.

 

 

 

 

FUSING…

the powerful linear strains of wood, stone and glossed surfaces with an unmistakable lightness of contact, Godbold has engineered a soft streamlined seem that segues easily from room to place, from ultra-fashionable kitchen to relaxed lounge space and beyond. In the learn bedroom, the looping pattern of an summary painting by Brooklyn-based artist Louis Fratino is matched with the sleek cylindrical lights of present-day designer Ted Abramczyk as properly as the textural mid-century stoneware vases of Claude Conover. This very well curated combine of antique and modern parts – paired with bespoke furnishings built by Godbold – layer up like a collage, infusing this unique household with persona as nicely as a palpable perception of personal and non-public residing.

 

 

 

AESTHETICALLY…

every room harmonizes contrasting styles and textures as shown by the library space with its solid visible move of geometric designs disrupted by pops of coloration and tactile surfaces that foster a sense of security, convenience and seclusion by the ocean.

 

 

Structure by Timothy Godbold

Images by David Mitchell