Design in the HamptonsDesign in the Hamptons



This volume will inspire everyone who aspires to summer in the Hamptons, and provides plenty of design ideas for anyone with a beachside home of his or her own as well.

Author: Anthony Iannacci

Publisher: Monacelli Press

ISBN: 9781580933889

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This follow-up volume to the wildly successful Designing the Hamptons- Portraits of Interiors(2006) provides rarified glimpses into the private homes of America's most celebrated coastal retreat. Luxurious photography and a generous format present contemporary homes decorated by today's top interior designers including Jonathan Adler, John Barman, Michael Haverland, Thad Hayes, Tony Ingrao, Todd Merrill, Roman & Williams, and Joe d'Urso. A range of projects, from postage-stamp-sized cottages to enviable estates in a predominantly modern vocabulary, show the best of Hamptons design today. Interiors display a carefully curated blend of traditional references with cutting-edge architecture and fantastic art collections, and all are finished by the land's famous light and ocean views. In some houses a sense of calm pervades and cozily appointed dining terraces with neutral color schemes look out over peaceful docks, while in others bright accessories and outsize outdoor fireplaces point to frequent and exuberant pool parties. In every case the design respectfully references the area's rich history. This volume will inspire everyone who aspires to summer in the Hamptons, and provides plenty of design ideas for anyone with a beachside home of his or her own as well.

Alexa HamptonAlexa Hampton



The daughter of a celebrated White House decorator draws on early memories of watching her father and studying art to counsel readers on how to understand design by observing four basic principles, sharing lavish photographs of 18 homes ...

Author: Alexa Hampton

Publisher: Potter Style

ISBN: 9780307460530

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Page: 256

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The daughter of a celebrated White House decorator draws on early memories of watching her father and studying art to counsel readers on how to understand design by observing four basic principles, sharing lavish photographs of 18 homes that represent a variety of styles.

Out EastOut East



Out East captures the enduring appeal of shingled houses, modernist oceanfront designs, artists' compounds, and Montauk surf shacks.

Author: Jennifer Ash Rudick

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ISBN: 0865653372

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Page: 328

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Cool breezes, miles of pristine beaches, and vast, open farmland have long attracted visitors to Long Island's South Fork, known worldwide as "The Hamptons." Residents in picturesque seaside communities from Southampton to Montauk are calling upon world-class designers to fine-tune their visions, giving rise to a fresh design vernacular: homes that are testaments to what can be achieved when inspired by the natural beauty of a unique locale--and when imagination is one's only limitation. Out East captures the enduring appeal of shingled houses, modernist oceanfront designs, artists' compounds, and Montauk surf shacks. Jennifer Ash Rudick, a long-time Southampton resident, leads an insider's tour of more than 25 houses, cottages, and pool houses. Tria Giovan, a Sag Harbor-based photographer, captures extraordinary gardens, verandas, lakeside pavilions, farmhouses, and converted barns.

New York Design at HomeNew York Design at Home



Photographed by Noe DeWitt, New York Design at Home highlights the carefully considered details within each interior—the Pablo Picasso painting reproduced as wallpaper, the kitchen utensils on display, textiles that provide pops of color ...

Author: Anthony Iannacci

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 9781683355137

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Page: 352

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Designers’ homes are often laboratories where they are free to experiment. These spaces are filled with the designer’s most personal and cherished objects, furnishings, and artwork that are concentrated expressions of their style and interests. New York Design at Home profiles 27 homes and looks at how these creative professionals approach design in their personal space. Like most New York City residents, they are decorating with much smaller budgets than their work projects, but they find creative ways to deal with tiny bathrooms, awkward and unusable kitchens, and shared living spaces. Photographed by Noe DeWitt, New York Design at Home highlights the carefully considered details within each interior—the Pablo Picasso painting reproduced as wallpaper, the kitchen utensils on display, textiles that provide pops of color in an otherwise monochromatic space—and captures the creative essence of these homes with new, never-before-published images.

Contract DesignContract Design



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Decorating in DetailDecorating in Detail



Shares the author's development process for eight homes in locations from New York City to New Orleans, describing how each of the elements, from fabrics to furniture, was chosen.

Author: Alexa Hampton

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN: 9780307956859

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Page: 256

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Shares the author's development process for eight homes in locations from New York City to New Orleans, describing how each of the elements, from fabrics to furniture, was chosen.

Hamptons GardensHamptons Gardens



In collaboration with a host of brilliant photographers, author and Hamptons-insider Jack deLashmet opens the garden gates to the Hamptons' most exciting private gardens in this visually stunning edition.

Author: Jack Delashmet

Publisher: Editions Assouline

ISBN: 2759405117

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Page: 265

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The Hamptons are known as a glamorous playground of the rich and famous, but since its earliest days as a sleepy summer colony, the area has also been at the epicenter of American garden design, boasting a vast collection of lushly innovative, private landscapes-and a staggering assemblage of creative gardeners, designers, and landscape architects. Hamptons Gardens invites you behind the private hedges and into the picturesque landscapes, showing work by groundbreaking designers such as Edwina von Gal, Oehme, van Sweden and Associates, and Miranda Brooks. From the sustainable and native to the over-the-top and avant garde, these gardens frame or transform houses-both modern and traditional-and extend the living space outdoors. Hamptons Gardens makes stops at the estates of Southampton, the cliffs of Montauk, East Hampton's Georgica Pond, and even the famed Grey Gardens. In collaboration with photographers Mary Ellen Bartley and Doug Young, author and Hamptons-insider Jack deLashmet open the garden gates to the Hamptons' most exciting private gardens in this visually stunning edition.

Contemporary Design ReviewContemporary Design Review



Large-format coffee table book, featuring over 300 stunning photos to showcase the best in contemporary design Multi-genre compendium, spanning interior design, lighting design, architecture, garden design, and product design Product ...

Author: Cindi Cook

Publisher: TeNeues

ISBN: 3961711755

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Page: 252

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Large-format coffee table book, featuring over 300 stunning photos to showcase the best in contemporary design Multi-genre compendium, spanning interior design, lighting design, architecture, garden design, and product design Product descriptions, insightful interviews, and a behind-the-scenes look at the leading designers around the world

Contemporary Gardens of the HamptonsContemporary Gardens of the Hamptons



First monograph to present the work of Laguardia Design Group, a highly regarded landscape architecture firm specializing in contemporary residential design in the Hamptons.

Author: Christopher LaGuardia

Publisher: Monacelli Press

ISBN: 9781580935654

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Page: 240

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First monograph to present the work of Laguardia Design Group, a highly regarded landscape architecture firm specializing in contemporary residential design in the Hamptons. With offices in Water Mill, LaGuardia Design Group is immersed in the fragile landscape of the Hamptons, both its woods and meadows and the dramatic shoreline along the Atlantic. Notable projects include the rebuilding of the dunescape surrounding a landmark Norman Jaffe house damaged by storms, collaborations with well-known contemporary architects including 1100 Architect, Bates Masi, Maya Lin Studio, and COOKFOX, and the setting for a distinguished collection of contemporary sculpture in Bridgehampton. Founded in 1994 by Christopher LaGuardia, this firm is committed to expressing the character of each site and recognized for its environmental stewardship, historic references, and meticulously designed outdoor spaces. Rather than attempting to mimic nature, LDG's goal with every design is to interpret natural processes as an artistic expression in their work. In 2013, LDG received the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) award of excellence in residential design, the highest residential award in the profession.
A compilation of favorite projects, culled from the popular magazine and complemented with new material, showcases the design innovations of eastern Long Island's luxury homes and gardens, in a volume that provides decorating suggestions and an in-depth resource guide.

ARTFUL MURDER IN THE HAMPTONSARTFUL MURDER IN THE HAMPTONS



et de la mode, that's very different. new Yorkers pay homage to their french counterparts in the fields of design and fashion.

Author: ROBERT LOCKWOOD

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483675145

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Page: 376

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Two-hundred long-forgotten French impressionist masterpieces, stashed away in the attic of a New York City brownstone, and valued at $1.6 billion in the festering Asian art markets. Zach ben Meier, the globally prominent art dealer, learns of their existence after reading the deceased painter's memoirs in the musty archives of Paris' Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Ben Meier ostentatiously implants himself in the Hamptons; what better "blind" to steal this quarry of art works. The tendrils of Zach's pursuits become complicated. "Obstacles" emerge everywhere: on Long Island, in New York City, in Monte Carlo; even on the streets of Paris. He forms a bizarre relationship with Adrielle, a former assassin forced into early retirement by the Mossad because of her cloying savagery. Together they fashion and execute a scheme that degenerates into mutual self-entrapment.

Still in the HamptonsStill in the Hamptons



“Do you recall the battle for the design of the East Hampton Airport terminal?” I asked. “I do.” “Do you recall the winning entry?” “I remember it well.

Author: Dan Rattiner

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438444130

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Page: 386

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More encounters with sometimes rich, sometimes famous, but always quirky residents of the Hamptons, by the editor and publishers of Dan's Papers. Yes, Dan Rattiner is still in the Hamptons, and after fifty-plus years on the eastern end of Long Island, most of them as publisher of the regions free weekly newspaper, Dans Papers, he still has a lot of stories to tell. Here, offered in his signature dry, observant, and self-deprecating wit, are Rattiners further encounters with the billionaires and celebrities, the farmers and fishermen, the eccentric artists and ordinary folks, who together make the Hamptons one of the most fashionable, exclusive, and entertaining communities in the United States. As Tom Wolfe once noted, If a guy says it happened in the Hamptons, and Dan Rattiner doesnt know about it, it didnt. The people he writes about are presented in chronological order from 1959 to today, just as Rattiner lived it and has remembered it. Still in the Hamptons will help you understand what the Hamptons used to be and what it has become, and will provide an entertaining read along the way. Praise for Dan Rattiner If you pick up the East Hampton Star, youll learn the who, what, and where. The why and how are more likely found in the pages of Dans Papers If you want to understand the crazy quilt of art, sand, money, farmland, literature, golf clubs, divorces, sea spray, and the areas remarkable blend of ego, generosity, and dedication to historic preservation, read Dans book, In the Hamptons, and its sequel, In the Hamptons Too. Alec Baldwin, from the Foreword of In the Hamptons Too Dan Rattiner has been chronicling the people and events of the Hamptons for as long as Ive been going there (since the sixtie

Explorer s Guide Hamptons A Great Destination Includes North Fork Shelter Island Sixth Edition Explorer s Guide Hamptons A Great Destination Includes North Fork Shelter Island Sixth Edition



You can sit on a plush sofa and ogle the designer clothes that are displayed for you, before you try them on, if you wish. They'll most likely bring out ...

Author: Suzi Forbes Chase

Publisher: The Countryman Press

ISBN: 9781581578348

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"Consistently rated the best guides to the regions covered."—National Geographic Traveler History, nature, art, gourmet cuisine, and viticulture unite in the Hamptons and the North Fork of Long Island to create a wonderfully vibrant tapestry full of charm and inspiration. Well-known travel writer Suzi Forbes Chase provides thorough coverage of the area. With all the latest information on places to eat, stay, shop, and see, you’ll find everything you need in this book.

Mark Hampton On DecoratingMark Hampton On Decorating



Throughout this colleciton of essays, which were substantially expanded from his popular House & Garden columns, Hampton shares witty anecdotes and observations that render this education in home decoration a delight.

Author: Mark Hampton

Publisher: Potter Style

ISBN: 9780553459180

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When On Decorating was published in 1989, it immediately became a touchstone for design profesionals and enthusiasts. Since then, the ideas and illustrations within these pages have inspired countless room schemes, vignettes, and color palettes. Mark Hampton's expert insights into the creation of elegant rooms, and his remarkably immediate voice, remain just as relevant today. Posthumously celebrated by Architectural Digest as "one of the wold's twenty greatest designers of all time," Hampton regarded every design project as a collaboration. That same generosity of spirit pervades this book, offering signature principles that can easily be applied to any home. In the Colors section, Hampton makes a convincing case fo using dark green as a neutral, and encourages readers not to fear painting walls red. In Plans, he explains the keys to arranging a living room that telegraphs comfort, not just refinement. In Materials, Hampton demonstrates how strongly patterned wallpaper can visually enlarge a small space, contrary to popular belief. Throughout this colleciton of essays, which were substantially expanded from his popular House & Garden columns, Hampton shares witty anecdotes and observations that render this education in home decoration a delight. Faithfully reproduced with his original, often-emulated watercolor illustrations and with an afterword by his duaghter, reowned designer Alexa Hampton, this beautiful reprint edition is a book to pore over, savor, and share.

Behind the PrivetsBehind the Privets



"For every lavish, state-of-the-art, over-the-top home under construction in the Hamptons, there is an equally compelling, culturally significant home that has been restored and maintained its original designs.

Author: Stanley Rumbough

Publisher: Prestel Publishing

ISBN: 3791357611

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"For every lavish, state-of-the-art, over-the-top home under construction in the Hamptons, there is an equally compelling, culturally significant home that has been restored and maintained its original designs. This fascinating glimpse inside these classic homes aims to capture the illustrious architecture and design of the Hamptons historic houses"--

Beachy Weekend Getaways from New York Short Breaks in the Hamptons Long Island and the Jersey Shore 1st Edition Beachy Weekend Getaways from New York Short Breaks in the Hamptons Long Island and the Jersey Shore 1st Edition



DESIGN. 200 North Sea Road, Southampton, New York 11968• 631.353.3445 • collectiveartdesign.com This gallery in a converted power station in East Hampton ...

Author: Teddy Minford

Publisher: The Countryman Press

ISBN: 9781682683736

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Perfectly planned getaways for a short break on the beach Only a stone’s throw away from the buzzing city that never sleeps, the Hamptons, Long Island, and the Jersey Shore have long served exhausted NYC residents looking to remove themselves from their busy lives and relax for a little while—a mini-vacation on the water not far from home. Yet each of these weekend hotspots has even more to offer than just sand and surf, including the trendy restaurants and bars, local art museums, and lush gardens of the Hamptons, photos of which are sure to spice up any social media profile. Beachy Weekend Getaways from New York City provides themed itineraries for weekend warriors of all interests, ranging from solo yoga retreats to beach trips with friends, a couple’s romantic getaway, and immersive arty or foodie adventures. With something for every weekend whim, Beachy Weekend Getaways from New York City is filled with advice for planning the perfect short escape.

The Hamptons DictionaryThe Hamptons Dictionary



\p - Author Miles Jaffe is an artist, satirist, industrial designer and RISD graduate working out of a studio and prototype shop in Bridgehampton, New York.

Author: Miles Jaffe

Publisher: Red Wheel Weiser

ISBN: 1934708208

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A Devil's Dictionary for the modern age, The Hamptons Dictionary is a wicked social satire and hysterical lexical send-up of the rich and famous who flock to the Hamptons each summer and the locals who count the minutes until Labor Day when they leave. While Eastern Long Island, New York's swanky beach community, is the inspiration for Miles Jaffe's hilariously scathing look at the misadventures of the overloaded, it will be thoroughly enjoyed by anyone who has experienced what happens wherever the ubër-rich set up camp.