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Awards for Ocean Walk Residence on Fire Island

Awards—————10 October 2013

Ocean Walk Residence has won an award for Excellence in Architecture from the Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture. This project was one of five awarded for residential projects from 139 entries. Twenty-eight works located throughout the United States received awards.

The owners of this beach front property wanted to replace their 1950s era  cottage with a new house. Coastal development setbacks and strict zoning regulations limited the redevelopment to a thirty by forty by twenty-five foot tall building. Two volumes, each containing a bedroom and bath, define the space within. Under zoning review when Hurricane Sandy hit the coast, the project is on hold while regulatory requirements for new construction on the island are revisited.

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