David Adjaye Contemporary

$29,500,000 |  Montauk, NY

David Adjaye, architect of the National Museum of African American History & Culture and candidate to design Obama’s presidential library, gives artful consideration to context. His focus on the movement of light and air through spaces is particularly apt for this 7,500-square-foot, six-bedroom retreat: in this seaside setting — on the awe-inspiring bluffs of Montauk — his designs create remarkable tranquility. Adjaye’s dedication to distinctive materials is apparent throughout, from the great room, which unites living and dining areas around a dual-sided fireplace, to the two family rooms, the ocean-view master suite, and the professional-grade kitchen. Architecturally striking outdoor areas look out over the swimming pool toward the sea.

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