Snarkitecture co-founder Daniel Arsham has provided a look around his Long Island, New York home, one of American architect Norman Jaffe’s earliest signs. Built in 1971, the 2,200 square-foot house’s clean lines are heightened by its cedar exterior and interior walls.
According to Architectural Digest, Arsham’s main redesign efforts included replacing two bathrooms, a laundry room, and a bedroom to create a master bathroom and a combo office/gym.
Naturally, in addition to Arsham and Snarkitecture designs, the home also includes furniture and art by Austin Lee, Sabine Marcelis, Afra and Tobia Scarfa and Ron Arad, among others.
In a nod to Arsham’s “Future Relics” set design efforts with Dior earlier this year, the house includes a monochromatic white BMX bike made in collaboration with the French fashion house and Bogarde.
Arsham will be taking parts of his home to Miami’s Art Basel where he will partner with Friedman Benda on a space that re-creates a combination of his living room and office.
Check out some images below and find more at Architectural Digest.