Red Creek Road Residence
The Red Creek Road Residence is a 5,000-square-foot weekend residence located on the Great Peconic Bay in South Hampton, New York. Situated on a 3.64 acre site, the house has stunning views of both the Great Peconic Bay and the forest behind. To maximize this idyllic location, natural cedar clad walls and curtainwall with glulam wood mullions are used to define the structure. The balcony, the board-formed concrete fireplace, and the floating open staircase, also mimic the unique experience of existing between the woods and the water.
Marvel designed this weekend house for year-round use. Outside of the three level five bedroom house, the property also boasts a separate, but attached garage, a new driveway, an infinity pool, shade trellises and terraced landscaping.
The infinity pool is designed to stretch endlessly into the Great Peconic Bay.
The conceptual principles in action, with seamless interaction between forest and bay.
Original model of the residence
Even through the forest, there are always connections to the water.
A striking breezeway invites visitors directly to the terrace, infinity pool, and water beyond.
An early sketch, emphasizing connection between the woods and the bay
Project model, showcasing windows and balcony placement
Double-height living room windows
Balconies offer unique vantage points to observe the home, and the views.
An open kitchen and dining area offers space for gathering to cook and eat.
First floor plans
The board-formed concrete fireplace echoes the cedar-clad exterior, itself referencing the vernacular cedar-shingled homes of the area.
Experienced from multiple levels, the horizon line dominates the experience through the house.
Second floor plans