This Sag Harbor contemporary gets the Times treatment, featured in today's On Location offering. The ranch house and acres of land that owner Eric Rasmussen inherited a decade ago was nearly all sold, save for a small plot on which he built this secuded 1,300 square foot house. With the help of Richard Meier-trained architect Paul Masi, the land was cheaply transformed into a collection of lofts, bridges and peepholes that make up this unique space. How cheaply? At $300 per square foot, the construction was finished for about half the cost of other area homes. Well done.
Photos courtesy Michael Weschler for The New York Times
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