The Antler House

Andrew Geller. This ‘whimsical wooden spaceship’ in the forest contains a wealth of unusual geometric shapes and covers less than 20 percent of the property, in keeping with Geller’s original conservation goals.

The Antler House is a joyous, playful and wildly creative mid-century modern home originally designed by Andrew Geller in The Springs of East Hampton, Long Island in 1968 restored to its former glory, along with the addition of a few modern comforts by US based firm Architecture AF.

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