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BarlisWedlick Conceptualise A Two-In-One New York Home and Resort

The ‘Beckoning Path’, embodies a distinct personality forged by the synthesis of highly crafted design and responsible construction.

Oct 28, 2020 | By Julia Roxan

Award-winning, full-service firm known for designing expressive, sustainable, and soulful places to live, work, and gather, BarlisWedlick has conceptualised a unique two-in-one, upstate new York residence and private wellness retreat. Through prioritizing precision, character, efficiency, and a deep connection to the landscape, this project dubbed the ‘Beckoning Path’, embodies a distinct personality forged by the synthesis of highly crafted design and responsible construction.

BarlisWedlick Conceptualise A Two-In-One New York Home and Resort

Located in the heart of Armonk, a Hamlet in Westchester county, New York, this 743 sqm dwelling spans the distance of 27 acres of lakefront property. Designed by Jens Quistgaard in the 1960s, this home was originally owned by Ted Nierenberg, founder of Dansk International Designs, showcasing Scandinavian touches such as wood imported from Denmark, vaulted ceilings, expansive glass walls, and a distinctive copper roof.

Complete with an expansive indoor swimming pool, this residence houses a total of four additional bedrooms, two changing rooms, a home theatre, and outdoor relaxation area. Characterized by its original mid-century, timber-frame structure, the Beckoning Path retains much of its timeless beauty, despite new technological and thermal advancement.


 
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