“The home should be the treasure chest of living.”- Le Corbusier
Overlooking picturesque views of where Mecox Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean lies an exclusive property on 100 Crescent Avenue, in the chic seaside village of Water Mill of incomparable serenity where one escape the worries of everyday living in this intimate two acre treasured estate. Located ninety miles from New York City, in the highest point of Long Island, the geographic supremacy of the property lends itself to being one of the most sought out destinations to live throughout the world.
The symbiotic relationship between landscape and locus is contributed to the master craftsmanship of 456 development group LLC., John Devito and Philip Rossillo. Their contribution to intellectual design can be compared to a conductor of a symphony. It is not only that we can appreciate the most beautiful sounds coming from nature’s instruments, but the baton in the hands of artisans becomes a concerto of palatial textures and architectural contexts, enhancing the dialogue between the constructivist and it’s natural habitat.
The home embodies the spirit of the modernist vanguard, glissading the exterior in and the interior out, as form follows feelings, architecture is the paintbrush to our living dreams. “Come and walk the home. The distinction of detail creates its personality”, shares Philip. The versatility of function and lightness of the luxurious 13,000 square foot property unites in a flair of artistry.
The tale begins when the two partners of N.J.C. Contracting Corp. and PRDG combined their passions of wanting to eliminate the barriers between the demands of the industry and skilled workmanship, with the focus of preserving home value and offering a high-end luxury product to the discerning Hampton’s buyer. Their inventive prophecy was born after purchasing the acreage that stretches out beyond a verdant estuary of combed clouds and cerulean seas over the horizon.
The fulcrum was to seek solutions to overcome wetland restrictions of zoning that allow a fruitful bounty of fauna and flora remaining unalloyed, where human existence and wild cohabitate in peace leaving vestiges in the vegetation. With the team’s oracular directives to reflect and connect with the perspicacity of life’s essential elements, the amenity of a tennis court redeemed feasible of demarcation and sink assemblage onto the rooftop, serving the intent of environmental conservation without visibility from the road and surrounding walls for ball manageability. It’s from this design flexibility that explores and unleashes spatial movement and form with an acute lens on contemporary aspects. Intersecting the rear of the courts dwelling invites the kiss of adagio breezes with access to the sky’s touch.
Supporting the cause in the fight against breast cancer and celebrating visionaries of interior design, 456 development group collaborated with HC & G, and Holiday House on the scheme of the space, inviting 21 designers to execute the feel of the vision.
The interchange between the romantic and whimsical interiors delights in a juxtaposition of enchanting subtleties. The allure of objet d’ art moves in between the softness of color, clean lines of furniture, and lush fabrics, personifying the feeling of comfort and home. Open terraces mirror to the ocean indulges a majestic theatre of colorful sunrises and sunsets.