Occupying a hill in Montauk, New York, with a distant view of the ocean, sits the Pryor Residence by Bates Masi Architects. Designed to be a reprieve from city living, the owner's initial inspiration came from a love of camping. To satisfy this, the architects designed a space that connected with the lush greenery outside through a lower level facade that almost entirely opens the interior space up. Ample amounts of glass lets light flood through to warm the living areas. Insect screens slide subtly in and out of pocket walls - a key feature in the evening - allowing rooms to transform seamlessly into breezy indoor-outdoor spaces devoid of annoying mosquitoes. An elegant solution for a family that wanted to forget about apartment living and enjoy open spaces and fresh air.