The private residence called Daniel’s Lane was projected by Blaze Makoid Architecture studio and has found its place at Sagaponack village (New York, the USA). The Architects strived to create a modern dwelling space, which complies with its owners` lifestyle and is designed to stay out of time, to remain fresh and attractive for years. The house for a family and their three children was developed according to the blurring of distinction approach, which allowed to remove boundaries between the inner and outer space, as well as absence of all excessive items at the interior and exterior.
The residence is located right on the ocean shore and is slightly hefted about ground level in order to prevent swamping in the event of flood (in accordance with local legislation). Its construction is simple, consists of two stories and is notable for its full panoramic gazing at the backyard part. The first level accommodates a living zone of the open type with direct terrace entrance, whereas the second story consists of the main bedroom and three identical children rooms.