Known for its spectacular beaches, the Hamptons now has a new enchantment, Shou Sugi Ban House , and it couldn’t be a more perfect match. Architect Debbie Kropf thoughtfully integrated the natural beauty and light in the Hamptons into the wellness space, creating an experience of the simple beauty of natural elements on every level. If you need a break from the bustle of the city, this is the place to be.
Shou Sugu Ban House is named after the ancient Japanese process of charring wood, which is the simplistic aesthetic in the space. The design is minimalist, with a careful attention to detail, making it a rare experience.
Every detail adds to the beauty. Designed in collaboration with Noma co-counder, Chef Mads Refslund, meals are plant-based, with ingredients from local organic suppliers and the property’s own gardens.
The thirteen room destination spa and retreat has everything from nutrition, to fitness, to massage and hydrotherapy, on more than three acres of land that’s made for walking and exploring, just 90 miles outside of New York City, on route 27.