The first commissioned work by "star architect" Charles Gwathmey after his seminal Gwathmey Residence and Studio, the widely published Sedacca House is a two-bedroom modernist "living sculpture."
Set on the highest point of a private, approx. 2.82-acre parcel in East Hampton, expanses of glass, slate flooring and terrace create a create a dramatic living space in harmony with its natural surroundings. Fully original and modernized in consultation with Gwathmey, the home features unique design elements like the over-sized stucco chimney, separate storage building, spiral staircase, marble dining table, and built-in cabinetry and furniture that complete the geometric composition.
Despite the modest footprint, this airy and transparent home makes a big statement yet still offers opportunities to expand. Meticulously maintained in excellent vintage condition, this is a rare chance to own an early work from Gwathmey's most creative period. Includes architect's drawings, correspondences, and ephemera.