Quantuck Lane Press & The Mill Road Collaborative, 2011 - Architecture - 140 pages
In the 1970s, Adelaide de Menil and Ted Carpenter began acquiring, restoring, and moving to their East Hampton property historically significant buildings of Long Island. Four decades later the eighteen buildings were moved several miles away, where architect Robert A. M. Stern interconnected and reinterpreted the buildings as East Hampton's Town Hall.
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