Mecox Bay House is a contemporary home on a secluded edge of the Hamptons overlooking Mecox Bay. Its design responds to intensive constraints, including vertical restrictions, flood zone requirements, and setbacks to protect wetlands. Its organization of solids, voids, levels, and angles is further informed by the site conditions, yielding a dramatic elevated form with two structures, each canted to frame views of the adjacent marsh and the Atlantic Ocean. The two structures are connected by an elevated deck. The pool house wing on the west contains a guest suite while the volume on the east contains the main house with the kitchen, living room, dining room and master suite. Tying the two volumes together, a deck with living and lounging areas and a pool face the south.