The Westhampton House is a long rectangular form elongated on an east-west axis for maximum winter solar gain. The two bedrooms are at opposite ends of the house to insure privacy. The kitchen/dining/living space are centered in the house with an abundance of south glass and even a large window on the north.

As with many other Inglese homes, it is super-insulated, built of non-toxic materials, and has a standing seam metal roof ready to receive photovoltaic panels.

Two lofts, one a study and the other for meditation, are above the bedrooms and overlook the central living space. Backlit ceiling screens echoing a Japanese aesthetic provide ambient lighting in the bedrooms and hallway.