The framing and understanding of time is incredibly important in the creation of architecture. The time it takes to move through a space, to enter or exit. The time spent living in a place, making breakfast, and playing songs, and having conversation. The time the house will be in existence, how it will interact with the environment and with the world around it. This residence located in East Hampton, New York, is designed with respect to these temporal scales. It considers its effects on the pace of life within and without, a tempo that plays into, and off of, the world around it.