Simplicity is the ultimate luxury.— Leonardo Da Vinci
Master bedroom in knotty cedar with built-in Douglas Fir bed and headboard.
Entry view of renovation and addition to a small Norman Jaffe house originally built in 1975.
Skylit stairwell balcony over steel and timber stair.
Simple Pleasures Cafe in Bridgehampton, now home to Yama-Q restaurant.
Interior design including bar for Norman Jaffe's original Laundry Restaurant in East Hampton.
Night view of timber stair in black steel and Douglas Fir.
Model of oceanfront house that was struck by Italian lightning immediately upon completion. View towards water.
Guest bedroom in rough sawn knotty Cedar with furniture and built-ins in Douglas Fir.
Master bath with carved Carrera marble double sink on Teak vanity.
Detail of bluestone and clear Cedar bath.
Model for oceanfront house in Southampton, unbuilt.
Detail of interior floor-to-ceiling door with integral jambs in vertical grain clear Douglas Fir.
Living room in stone veneer with black steel fireplace hearth and mantle, knotty Cedar ceiling, clear Douglas Fir floor with built-in seating and timber coffee table.
Concept Sketch for Farmhouse
Aerial sketch view of farmhouse compound, unbuilt.
Detail view of stair in black steel and Douglas Fir timber.
Helix stair in stainless steel with cantilevered stone treads.
Model for oceanfront house that was struck by Italian lightning immediately upon completion. View from water.
Knotty cedar stair well with carpeted treads and Douglas Fir rail.
Timber and steel stair, detail of rail at landing.
Gates of the Grove Synagogue, award-winning design for The Jewish Center of the Hamptons, with Norman Jaffe.
Simple kitchen in White oak and grey granite.
Wraparound deck with open outdoor shower, Alaskan Cedar siding and deck.
Detail of shower recess in honed bluestone.
One-car garage in clear Cedar.
Bedroom wing addition to an original Norman Jaffe house.
Lighting detail at swimming pool terrace.
Detail of backlit shelf recess in stone and steel.
Quick sketch of design concept for a farmhouse on a small lot in East Hampton.