Swerdlick House
       
     
  KBA designed this new 3,200 sf, two-story house along the Bay in Fire Island. The house was designed in the local Shaker Style. It features multiple levels of outdoor spaces and decks along the living room and bedrooms to maximize spectacular views of the ocean. The living room area, kitchen, dining room area, and decks were designed to integrate spatially and provide a focus for the main level. The focal point of the interior living space is a striking octagonal roof structures, which captures the eye to its full elevated height. The enlarged wood-plank deck along the rear of the house amplifies the outdoor living space.
       
     
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Swerdlick House
       
     
Swerdlick House

Fire Island, NY

  KBA designed this new 3,200 sf, two-story house along the Bay in Fire Island. The house was designed in the local Shaker Style. It features multiple levels of outdoor spaces and decks along the living room and bedrooms to maximize spectacular views of the ocean. The living room area, kitchen, dining room area, and decks were designed to integrate spatially and provide a focus for the main level. The focal point of the interior living space is a striking octagonal roof structures, which captures the eye to its full elevated height. The enlarged wood-plank deck along the rear of the house amplifies the outdoor living space.
       
     

KBA designed this new 3,200 sf, two-story house along the Bay in Fire Island. The house was designed in the local Shaker Style. It features multiple levels of outdoor spaces and decks along the living room and bedrooms to maximize spectacular views of the ocean. The living room area, kitchen, dining room area, and decks were designed to integrate spatially and provide a focus for the main level. The focal point of the interior living space is a striking octagonal roof structures, which captures the eye to its full elevated height. The enlarged wood-plank deck along the rear of the house amplifies the outdoor living space.

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