Located near Peconic Bay, on Long Island, NY, USA, Triangle House is an A-frame chalet renovation, that was initially built in 1965. Edgar Papazian, founder of the studio Doon Architecture, restored the A-frame cabin to use it as a hideaway for his family of four.
A renovation of a fraying 1965 A-frame chalet near Peconic Bay, this project is an exercise in making the most out of existing square footage by creating a new level of bedrooms in an existing basement and blasting out the main level of the house to admit light and create volumetric drama.
— Edgar Papazian
Triangle House before the renovation:
Photographs by Lincoln Barbour
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