ryall porter sheridan architects: orient house IV, long island, new york ryall porter sheridan architects: orient house IV, long island, new york
apr 08, 2013

ryall porter sheridan architects: orient house IV, long island, new york

‘orient house IV’ by ryall porter sheridan architects, long island, new york image © ty cole

 

in a north facing slope on the beachy shores of long island, a 1970’s home is renovated while adhering to strict sustainability standards. manhattan-based ryall porter sheridan architects actively incorporate environmentally responsible strategies into their homes. although ‘orient house IV’ was barred from passive house certification, at the time of its completion the renovation was purported to be the second most energy-efficient structure on long island.

 

 

 

exterior view of the approach to the renovation image © ty cole

 

 

view of the light-filled interiorsimage © ty cole

 

 

  • Looks like the conversation included; “Don’t spend much money on it; it may not last the next storm.”

    Jim

    jimCan says:
  • I like this. Understated nonchalance, well planned, efficient, primal.

    mArkW says:

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