Atop the grassy mounds of Atlantic Double Dunes in East Hampton, with vast stretching waters of the Two Mile Hollow Beach in the background, an off-white fluid form sits in sheer alienation on its land. Situated there as the home of American collectors Julie Reyes Taubman and Robert Taubman, the building is the first completed single-family residential project by American firm, Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R). A mullion-free glazing system, a fiberglass and foam roof, and generous open spaces orchestrated around the irregular contours of the landscape define the architecture of the house. Referred to as the Blue Dream, the name of the house coincides with the title of a recently published monograph authored by Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger. Blue Dream and the Legacy of Modernism in the Hamptons: A House by Diller Scofidio + Renfro narrates the story of a house that seeks to reinvigorate the spirit of the avant-garde in the Hamptons. With photo documentation by Dutch photographer Iwan Baan that shows the house across four seasons, the book features insights by Goldberger delving into the complex processes that generated the idea of the house to a roster of architecturally ambitious modernist houses on Long Island.