Designed for a site on the grounds of the former Phipps Estate in Old Westbury, New York, the residence is comprised of a series of cubes and rectangles connected by glass and horizontal roof planes. Intended to house an extensive Contemporary art collection, a 10' diameter Anthony Gormley sculpture drove the design. To accommodate the piece, a "chaplet" was created off the Living Room, providing the light, airy piece a "canvas" to stand in front of and a prominent space to occupy. A retractable glass roof allowed for the large piece to be craned in from above. The home totals around 16,000 square feet, with roughly 5,000 square feet of below-grade gallery space and art storage.