Meyer Davis Studio Reinvents a Modernist Beach House in East Hampton

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Galleria D’Epoca: Milo Baughmann Swivel Chair

: Floor Lamp

The Springs, New York, beach house of designer Will Meyer pairs natural materials with clean-lined modern accouterments, among them a Milo Baughman barrel lounge; above the fireplace is a pair of artworks by Argentinian artist Enrique Batista. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Overhead Fixture

: Upholstery Fabric

A John Wigmore ceiling fixture in Japanese paper illuminates the dining room, furnished with a custom marble-topped table and custom banquette. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Mahogany slats enclose an entrance courtyard. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Millwork

: Range Hood, Stove, Oven

: Overhead Lights

The skylit kitchen has a view of the lap pool. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Sofa

: Accent Pillows

Through the : Coffee Tables

: Area Rug

: Side Tables

An Isamu Noguchi lantern sets the stage for a mid-century tableau: Kaare Klint armchairs join ’50s-inspired white-washed ash cocktail tables by Christian Woo. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Sofa

: Accent Pillows

Through the : Coffee Tables

: Area Rug

: Side Tables

Meyer added the living room’s bay window to better enjoy the surrounding property; a fiber-cement side table services the window seat. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Sofa

: Accent Pillows

Through the : Coffee Tables

: Area Rug

: Side Tables

A view from the slightly sunken living room to the front door. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Millwork

: Range Hood, Stove, Oven

: Bar Stools

A ceiling-mounted curtain can be drawn to separate the kitchen and dining room. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Upholstery Fabric

: Barbecue

The pool is joined by a built-in barbecue and custom lounges. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Upholstery Fabric

: Barbecue

Hugh Newell Jacobsen designed the house in 1971. Meyer replaced the existing siding with Hamptons-appropriate cedar shingles that match the roof. He framed the living room’s rear window wall—now fitted with sliding, stacking glass—in white to highlight his modification. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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A vintage Nanna Ditzel hanging chair in the ground-floor guest bedroom. Throughout, windows are left untreated or curtained in crisp floor-to-ceiling linen. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Wallcovering

: Upholstery Fabric

: Swing

: Bench

The master bedroom, with its vintage Knoll Hide bench, opens onto the rear deck. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Faucets, Medicine Cabinet

: Sink

: Wall Tile

A former painting studio was converted into a spalike master bath, clad in faux-bois porcelain tile. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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: Wood Seating

: Dining Table, Chairs

The rear deck, which is original to the house and faces the Accabonac Harbor,
is a generous 1,250 square feet. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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