Manhattan-based designer Alex Papachristidis never ceases to amaze me with his exquisite designs, and the classic shingled residence he shares with his extended family in Bridgehampton, New York is no exception. While it may appear imposing, it is actually quite the opposite says Papachristidis. “We live in more formal surroundings than most people do in the country. But really, we are superinformal people. We are always in our pajamas here. In New York we’re out so much. So for us to come here and not go out is a dream. Everyone comes to our place instead. We play tennis, we swim, we play cards all day.” This article originally appeared in the November 2012 issue of Architectural Digest with photography by William Waldron and captions by David Colman.
Absolutely stunning! For additional information, please visit Architectural Digest. I also recommend the book The Age of Elegance: Interiors by Alex Papachristidis. Ongoing inspiration can be found @alexsviewpoint on Instagram.