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Afternoon Delight

On Fieldview Lane in East Hampton, architect Blaze Makoid one again tested his ability to alter "the perception of 'enclosure.'" (In layman's terms, that means he wanted to let the outside in.) So how'd he do it? With the "structural systems of modern architecture," like the aluminum framing used in commercial store windows. And the result? Lots of unexpected walls of glass, especially in the in the home's corners. Let the sunshine! [Hamptons Magazine]