What's new at Barnes Coy Architects
A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLIENT AND ARCHITECT
With Michael Koch (Client), Christopher Coy (architect) and Alastair Gordon (author and moderator).
Image: Michael Koch at his house in Costa Rica. Photograph by Michael Mundy.
ASSEMBLED IN LIGHT
The Houses of Barnes Coy Architects
Published September 2020
Assembled in Light is the first exclusive look at Barnes Coy’s previously unpublished body of residential work. Although most of the featured projects are located in the Hamptons on eastern Long Island (New York), a few are found as far afield as Georgia, California, and Costa Rica.
Author Alastair Gordon and architect Chris Coy discuss the work of Barnes Coy Architects on the publication of Gordon’s “Assembled In Light.” Follow the firm’s adventurous residential projects, from the fashionable Hamptons, to the high desert of Palm Springs, to the tidal swamps of Georgia and the jungles of Central America. Coming in September, the book chronicles fifteen of the firm’s most compelling houses (Rizzoli USA and Gordon de Vries Studio)