The New York Observer named this beach house one of the top ten houses of the Hamptons. Architectural historian and writer for the New York Times and Dwell Alastair Gordon said:
“Andrew Geller’s Pearlroth House in Westhampton Beach is one of the most important examples of experimental design built during the postwar period – not just on Long Island but anywhere in the United States. It is witty, bold and inventive.”
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