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East Hampton Town Hall - Robert A.M. Stern Architects

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The historic wood buildings were originally rescued in the 1970s by Adelaide de Menil and her late husband, Ted Carpenter. The four structures formed part of the couple's nearby residential compound until 2007, when they were transferred to the Town of East Hampton.
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After being relocated, the old buildings waited onsite for their new shared foundation.
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East Hampton Town Hall basement plan drawing.
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East Hampton Town Hall upper-floor plan drawing.
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Seen here in transit from the de Menil-Carpenter property to the town hall site in 2007, the four buildings were accompanied by several other vernacular structures also donated by the couple.
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The historic buildings are all traditional wood structures clad with cedar shingles.
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