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Architect Interviews

The Sag Harbor Express recently spoke with Frederick Stelle, Viola Rouhani (both of Stelle Architects) and Paul Masi (of Bates Masi + Architects). Both firms have recently won awards for work in the Hamptons, so you can imagine they've all got some pretty strong opinions about architecture on the East End. The article is worth checking out for Frederick Stelle's candor alone: "There’s so little value placed on what we have or had. The farmhouse is going the way of the dodo bird. There’s that proliferation of building houses larger than anyone would need." We didn't know you could say that out loud. [Sag Harbor Express]