Props to the artsy Long Island town of Shelter Island for not turning its nose up at bonkers, decidedly shingle-less architecture. Here now, Shelter Island Pavilion 2, a rubbed-roofed creation by NYC-based Stamberg Aferiat Architecture that's a colorful take on Mies van der Rohe's famed Barcelona Pavilion. The palette, notes our cousins at Curbed Hamptons, recalls Matisse, Hockney, and Barragán and pervades every inch of the 1,338 square feet. As a bluechip endorsement, the place was featured in the Oct. 2010 issue of Arch Digest; it's asking $16K a month for July, $19K for August through Labor Day, or $32,500 for July through Labor Day. Consider the furnishings—Saarinen, Breuer, Castiglione, Bertoia, and more—a welcome package.
· Maison Plastique: Shelter Island Pavilion [Architizer via Curbed Hamptons]
· Arch Digest Balances Modernism With Sexy, Curvaceous Ads [Curbed National]
· 60 North Cartwright Road [Corcoran]