Charles Gwathmey was a true stararchitect in 1980s America; he drove black sports cars, dressed stylishly, lived in refined style, and designed some magnificent homes on the East End. His passion and belief in Modernism, even in a period when the rest of world was captured by historicist postmodernism, and his desire to revive concepts developed in the early part of the 20th century into a new language, attracted many celebrities who commissioned Gwathmey to design their homes. Steven Spielberg, David Geffen, and Jerry Seinfeld, just to name three of his clients who called him Charlie, and who commissions home from Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, the firm he founded in 1968 with Robert Siegel. Now, his first commissioned work (built after his seminal Gwathmey Residence which he built for his parents) is on the market for sale. So-called the Sedacca House, this gem is a ‘living sculpture,’ built in East Hampton and features some of its famed architect’s most recognizable features, including expanses of glass, slate flooring, terrace, over-sized stucco chimney, and spiral staircase.