Fire Island Pines Community House/ Whyte Hall Est. 1854 and 2007. The Fire Island Pines Community House as it was known was originally built in 1854, and was first used
“Where Ocean meets Sky “ Vintage Aerial photo exhibit. 2018 In 2018 we created an exhibit of vintage 1970’s aerial photo’s. Unlike the aerial photo’s taken today using a drone,
The Mustard House. 413 Ocean Walk. Architect- Gary Stluka. Sitting next to the stairway at Ozone & Ocean Walk is what was called the “Mustard House”. You wouldn’t know
Find your house… Before the advent of the drone you had to fly a plane over your destination for a photograph. In the late 1990’s and early
The Mirrored houses of Suga. Est. 1977-79. 400 & 426 Ocean Walk.
Reflections Est. 1980 73 Bay Walk. Built in 1980 and designed by Architect Gary Stluka the house exterior was originally California redwood. The house was
The Pines blog…March 24,2018 By Mr.
1950’s Halcyon days in Fire Island Pines with Peter Bennett. 1958. I spent my childhood Summers on Fire Island, the Pines for the most part. They are
Pines blog- February 2018. By MR. February 10th, 2018
The Gifford, Wittstein, Miller, & Bromley house Est. 1963-1981. 519 Porgie Walk. Architect Horace Gifford’s (right) second house design for Robert Miller (left) and his partner Edwin Wittstein (not
The Twin Arch houses. Est. 1974 and 1976. 432 Ocean Walk & 397 Nautilus Walk. In the mid 70’s Jerry Gloor and his partner Claudio Contes began the building
The Tommy Tune house Est. 1968- Reno 1984. 120 Ocean Walk. Sitting high on a dune on the ocean is the house where Tommy lived. Broadway