Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Exterior of former sanctuary that boasts 20-foot-high Marvin windows that feature portraits of artists who had a connection to Sag Harbor.

Architectural Record featured an adaptive reuse project, an 1832 former Methodist church in Sag Harbor, New York, that has been transformed into an art center and residency program by Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership for artists and community activists April Gornik and Eric Fischl. The 12,000-square-foot space includes on-site accommodations, studios, exhibition galleries, a library, and a public garden. The former sanctuary boasts 20-foot-high windows that feature portraits of artists who had a connection to Sag Harbor.


Read the full story at architecturalrecord.com