"I’ve been a fan of Duravit’s classic modernity for many years and am so honored to have them as a partner,” explains Robert McKinley. “Their quality is recognizable at first glance. They perfectly marry design and function - you couldn’t ask for a better product."
Created with the same sense of approachable luxury and a clean, modern aesthetic, McKinley drew inspiration from Montauk’s coastline, paired with the casual elegance of Europe’s seaside towns. Originally built in 1971, the 2,400-square foot raised ranch-style house maintains select original details while receiving a modern update.
For the bathrooms, McKinley selected a range of Duravit’s most classic collections from top design partners. Happy D.2 toilets add a unifying look to each bathroom, but in McKinley’s signature creative, curatorial style, he mixed in other washbasins such as the geometric Vero and round Starck 2.