R E E D A . M O R R I S O N
A R C H I T E C T
June 2007, page 36
“Moving From Past to Present” page 162
“Lee Mindel’s house in the Hamptons is not only a beautifully designed structure that fits its context, it is also a highly inventive and even a serious house from an architectural point of view,” observes contributing writer Joseph Giovannini. “Mindel and his colleague
Reed Morrison have synthesized several architectural traditions and established a bridge from those traditions to Modernist architects who, with a similar design philosophy, created furniture. So from top to bottom, from site to armchair, Mindel and Morrison have created a philosophically seamless design that is a fused whole rather than a sum of its parts,” he adds. “You really understand the sweeping breadth of 100 years of Modernism in this house.
This is an important building.”