Albers’s concept is brilliantly manifested at a 13-acre Stuyvesant, New York, countryside retreat, which Shellhammer and spouse Georgi Balinov have. In a couple shorter months, they reworked the 1840s a few-bed room farmhouse and the property’s 8 (of course, you read that correct) supplemental constructions into a modernist Eden, with all the amenities for internet hosting their family and pals just two and a fifty percent hours from Manhattan. As a charming signpost implies, there’s a swimming pool, sauna, community of bars and lounges, motion picture theater, and vegetable patch, not to point out an abundance of tranquil spaces. The estate’s title, Rode Barns, arrives from the 3 showstopping stables, painted in vivid hues motivated by Albers’s 1943 oil portray, Relevant (red). —Anne Quito
Sample Engage in in East Hampton
In 1 family’s Long Island compound, two hallmarks of Hamptons architecture stand facet by side: a 19th-century Shingle Style saltbox festooned with hydrangeas (they get in touch with it the farmhouse) and its tremendous-present day foil hefty on the glass by New York Metropolis business Architecture Outfit.
“East Hampton is our escape it’s exactly where we go to breathe and rest,” describes the consumer, who life listed here with her partner and two sons. They acquired the tumbledown farmhouse in 2018 and knew they needed a additional modern day counterpoint. “We essential to discover an interior designer who could tie jointly these two incredibly diverse buildings.”
The client responded to New York City–based decorator Neal Beckstedt’s knack for what she calls “laid-again luxurious,” a glance he honed for a 10 years operating for architect Russell Groves before launching his possess organization in 2010. For this challenge, Beckstedt recalls, “The shopper desired one thing that was understated and livable—not stuffy. A new solution to the Hamptons.” And most importantly, “they ended up not scared of colour.” —Hannah Martin