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Shelter Island Architects Not Afraid To Use Color, Rubber

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For those still looking for a colorful summer weekend getaway on Shelter Island, consider Maison Plastique by architects (and owners) Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat. With a design inspired by Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion and a color palette courtesy of Matisse, Hockney, and Barragán, this 1,338 square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath house with dramatic rubber roof will certainly make for a memorable place to spend the season. But with all the Saarinen, Breuer, and Bertoia furnishings inside, be sure to always use a coaster. · Maison Plastique: Shelter Island Pavilion [Architizer]
· 60 N Cartwright Road, Shelter Island [Corcoran]