McKinley Bungalow is a minimalist residence situated in Montauk, NY, designed by Robert McKinley. The model new McKinley property builds on the success of the in-store idea of its first bungalow, that includes furnishings and artifacts hand-selected by the architect, all of which can be found for buy.
Impressed by the Montauk shoreline, the architect has approached the house with a modern, fashionable aesthetic related to the informal magnificence of the seaside cities of Europe. The bungalow gives a cautious number of the architect's favourite manufacturers and merchandise, starting from furnishings and home equipment to bedding and equipment.
The 2400 sq. foot home was constructed within the 1970s and has been modernized whereas retaining a few of its authentic particulars. The excessive vaulted ceilings give option to the big Noguchi paper lanterns, whereas the primary residing areas open to introduce a steady circulate from the lounge to the kitchen by means of the outside terrace.
As Robert McKinley describes it: "I’ve spent a big a part of my profession creating hospitality areas and I believe the bungalow is a testomony to the best way we journey now. It is vitally very similar to a home, the place we have now very organically blended the merchandise of our design companions, be they textiles, ceramics or furnishings, creating a way of inspiration and discovery. "
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