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Andrew Geller (1924 - 2011) was a modernist architect working for the Loewy/Snaith firm who famously created funky, low-cost weekend cottages in and around New England. With his moonlighting encouraged by Loewy/Snaith, Geller's innovative construction techniques continued to surprise residents of Hamptons throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Many of the structures have been torn down or replaced by larger, sturdier homes. Those that remain are remarkable examples of his style.