Surprisingly Adapted to a Difficult Site: Arc House in East Hampton

An arching corrugated metal roof rises from a grassy slope in East Hampton, New York, USA. The original looking Arc House was completed by studio Maziar Behrooz Architecture for a couple and their two dogs. It has two levels and a total surface of 6,400 square feet 595 square meters. Its industrial appearance is a result of adapting the residence to its site, located under a flight path of the local airport and close to a train track.

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