Designed by New York firm Berg Design Architecture, this rather nice Montauk pad features not one, but two (connected) gabled volumes. We at Curbed have long trumpeted the appeal of the modern gable, which, for the uninitiated, is when the throwback roof style finds new life crowning a gorgeously simple minimalist house. The Monroe Drive House, as it's known, also happens to be wrapped in cedar shingles, for extra eastern-Long-Island-architecture style cred.
Inside, double-height and open-plan spaces bring light into all the house's nooks and crannies, while a neutral palette brightens things up nicely. It's all very beachy and we're digging the vibe.
Monroe Drive House [Berg Design Architecture]
・Berg Design Architecture Clads Monroe Drive House in Montauk With Wooden Shingles [Designboom]
・Live the Simple Life at This Modern Gable House in Vermont Asking $8.75M [Curbed]
・Remixing the Basic Gabled House with a Fancy Lattice Façade [Curbed]