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Robb Report

April 2019

This New Japanese-Inspired Resort Lets You Escape The Hamptons Hustle

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NY Times Online

March 2019

“A new wellness center in Water Mill, NY marries Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics.”

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Modern Luxury

May 2019

“Wellness seekers need no longer jet to medical spas in Europe or ashrams in India to get their fix. Ninety miles outside of Manhattan, a sanctuary has emerged that feels worlds away.”

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T Magazine

March 2019

“Guests can call the picturesque property home for three, four or seven day stays, spending evenings with sound baths and mornings with communal tea ceremonies.”

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The Telegraph Online

May 2019

“The designers have looked to Japan for inspiration. Imbuing this assortment of Hamptons-style barns and beach cottages with a sense of calm”

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Vanity Fair Online

MAY 2019

“At Shou Sugi Ban House, a 13-room wellness retreat opening this month in Water Mill, New York, renewal is more than a buzzword.”

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Dujour

Spring 2019

“The wabi-sabi designed retreat sits on three acres of land and will offer a sanctuary for those looking to reflect and focus on self-care.”

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Newsday

April 2019

” Amy Cherry Abitbol says she finds people are increasingly stressed by today’s fast-paced world, so she’s taken the concept of a “respite” in the Hamptons to a new level.”

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Vogue

April 2019

Landscape design artist Lily Kwong’s largest permanent project to date is a three-acre garden at the Japanese-style Shou Sugi Ban House in Water Mill, Long Island.

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Luxury Travel Advisor

April 2019

“Shou Sugi Ban House will focus on international wellness and healing arts, offering personalized wellness journeys led by resident and visiting experts.”

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Hospitality Design

April 2019

“The first destination spa retreat of its kind in the popular coastal destination.”

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American Spa

April 2019

“Shou Sugi Ban House embodies Japanese culture and Wabi Sabi principles, with respect for the natural world and its healing properties. “

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Hospitality Net

April 2019

“A new destination spa and retreat that embodies global wellness and healing arts practices.”

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