Continuing with our Color Trends 2019, we are focusing on designs that explore the color and design of the "Sojourn" trend. Social Architecture is the conscious designing of physical space to optimize human interactions and connection to its surroundings. Designers that utilize the "Sojourn" trend feature local materials throughout the interiors, and embrace urban agriculture, sustainability and reuse. Floor plans and furniture layouts garner community and social interaction, while natural hues, including pale pinks, olives, browns and rich greens, rustic textures and graphic motifs populate interiors.
Sitting on a stretch of private beach on the Long Island Sound, the newly-renovated Sound View Greenport hotel is a throwback to its nautical heritage while including plenty of contemporary appeal. Redesigned by Brooklyn-based firm Studio Tack, the hotel has retained an undeniable beach boardwalk vibe. While maintaining ties to New England’s boat and fishing history, the 1953 property’s renovation also embodies the current cultural renaissance of the North Fork, which encompasses farms, vineyards and beaches.
Expansive ocean views are one of the hotel’s crowning features, and each of its 55 rooms includes waterfront decks and private access to North Fork beaches. All rooms and suites impart a vintage, seaside cottage feel — gorgeous cedar wood paneling, handwoven rope and sail cloth detailing, and other natural materials fill each room for an authentic coastal escape.
Amenities include wellness facilities, fitness rooms, saunas, a multi-sports court, an outdoor pool and a central location close to numerous vineyards and farms. For those looking for a weekend indoors, the hotel’s Piano Bar offers guests live music with a beachfront backdrop. A private library is also available to guests looking for extra relaxation.
guest room interior
For more information on Sound View Greenport, visit soundviewgreenport.com/
All Photographs Used with Permission. Photography @ Read McKendree