Sagaponac house was built on 4,500 square feet in the eastern part of Long Island and is from Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown from New York designed. It is one modern underground architecture. The anchoring of the house allows some floors to be invisible.
Pool is underground
Really this cool house is fantastic for parties, celebrations and soiree. The roof terrace forms a spacious room ideal for lingering and relaxing in the sun. The interiors are modern, the living room with a high roof bathes in natural daylight. Every room in this house has a view of the green nature and some have direct exits to the terraces.
At the same time, nobody inside can look into the private area from the street. The design embraces order and spontaneity – universal duality of human existence.
Underground architecture in Long Island by Tsao & McKown Architects