The Beach House Rules: Bates Masi Brings Understated Luxury to the Hamptons

One of the house’s elevations faces Atlantic Ocean beachfront. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

Visitors may cross the polished-concrete floor of the double-height entry hall, framed by walls and ceiling of solid and slatted cedar, to take in the panoramic beachfront view. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The living area’s custom game table is oak, blackened steel, and laser-cut leather. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

Open to the ground floor below, walkways connecting the master suite to the five children and guest bedrooms wrap around the double-height living area. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

A Citterio table sits before the den’s oak wall, which conceals a TV and bar. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

Stairs tucked between the foyer’s cedar slats and a wall of Brazilian quartzite lead to the second-floor bedrooms. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The property includes a 50-foot swimming pool and a 200-square-foot pool house in the same materials palette as the main house. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

Wine bottles cradled in stainless-steel mesh sleeves line a wall of the dining area. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The roof deck features a fireplace set into a Brazilian quartzite-clad chimney and a custom mahogany sofa. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The kitchen’s custom interlocking oak-and-steel tables, surrounded by Lievore Altherr Molina chairs, faces a breakfast bar of the same materials. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The other fronts a pond. Aligned sliding glass doors on both facades allow the house to transform easily in to a permeable pavilion. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

This guest bedroom, one of two on the ground floor, has a retractable glass wall that opens onto the concrete patio. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

The mudroom is fitted with custom Corian storage cubbies. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

One of the children’s bathrooms has a skylight, walls of pebble tile, and a Corian shower-stall floor scored with linear drains. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

In a Sagaponack, New York, house by Bates Masi Architects, the master bedroom, lined in hand-weathered oak, opens onto a glass-fronted deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

Beneath the living area’s oak canopy a resectional sofas by Antonio Citterio; across from it are custom pendant fixtures by Matt Gagnon Studio. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

His bathroom opens to a shared outdoor spa and shower. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

On 2 acres, the house’s facade mixes concrete, cedar, and Cor-Ten steel. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Michael Moran / Otto.

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