DAAM revamps kitchen of dome-shaped Shell House in New York's Catskills

Curved oak kitchen cabinetry is among the new additions to a 25-year-old, half-dome dwelling in the Catskills partially renovated by American studio DAAM.

Located in the town of Roxbury, the Shell House serves as a vacation retreat for a young family from Brooklyn.

Seymour Rutkin built Shell House in 1996

In addition, the owners open it up twice a year for an artist-in-residence program through their organisation, Shell House Arts. The 2,300-square-foot (214-square-metre) dwelling has three bedrooms and a loft with studio space.

The original structure was designed in 1996 by American architect Seymour Rutkin, who used the home until

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