What do you get when you combine an untouched piece of land, a talented architect, and a couple eager to build their dream house while being mindful of nature and environment? A stunning Hamptons abode that keeps the earth’s well-being at the forefront.
”Into the Woods,” Hamptons
Transforming a modest home into a sustainable family compound was a daunting task, especially doing it on a constrained small lot on one of the quiet streets off East Hampton’s Newtown Lane... As it turns out, Martin Architects hit a home run, a house so stunning passing motorists slow to a stop to admire it.
”An East Hampton Show Stopper,” The East Hampton Independent
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Other approaches—notably, the modernist architecture and innovative interiors so emblematic of younger, progressive tastes in Manhattan...
”The New Evolution,” Hamptons
‘There’s nothing more green than reusing a house,’ Mr. Martin said... The open and inviting plan of today is a huge difference...
”At Home with the Martins,” The Southampton Press
Martin Architects wins an HC&G 2011 Innovation in Design Award
Hamptons Cottages & Gardens
All-inclusive firm creates eco-friendly designs, no matter the location.
“Martin Architects PC,” Luxury Home Quarterly
A Texas family gave full rein to their architect and designers.
”Minimalist, Modernist, and Exotic Too,” The East Hampton Star
Architect Nick Martin created everything on [the client’s] wish list and more.
”A Green and Eco-Friendly Cellar,” Newsday
Martin Architects wins the HC&G 2012 Innovation in Design Award.
Hamptons Cottages and Gardens
A modern wine room gallery for 5000+ bottles designed by Martin Architects.
“Touring Hamptons Wine Rooms,” NextStopMagazine.com
New York-based architecture firm finds its niche blending modern and rustic.
“Martin Architects PC AIA,” Luxury Home Quarterly
Martin Architects images among top ten on Pinterest Boards for Architect Sure!, Interiors, Outdoors, Details and Wood projects!
Cedar shingles are permanently woven into the architectural fabric here.
“Shingles Are Synonymous with the East End...” The Southampton Press