Working in collaboration with Jenkins Baer Associates, Scott Bromley and Jerry Caldari of Bromley Caldari Architects did a gut renovation and expansion of this Fire Island beach house. The brief was to create a clean, open, and spacious seasonal residence for privacy and entertaining with few boundaries between inside and out. We’d say they succeeded magnificently.
In the two-story living room, a large triangular skylight lets natural light pour into the sitting area through the exposed ceiling joists.
A horizontal clear cedar board “window” pivots in the master bedroom wall for views into the two-story living space and the ocean beyond.
Master bedroom bath has a shower “tower” topped off with a large skylight.
Serpentine side deck with vertical walls of clear cedar boards and decking.
The dining pavilion is designed for intimate outdoor meals.