Waterfront

Waterfront

Additive and Layered

A small beach house that required significant structural modifications was remodeled in an additive process where a “wrapping motif” dissolves the corners of the cubic volumes. By utilizing layered fences, covered terraces and an exterior room that is oriented to the sky in it’s architectural design, varying degrees of privacy are achieved. The result is a protective seclusion with directed views to the islands of Puget Sound and the mountains of the Olympic Peninsula.

Architecture, Architectural Design, Home Architecture, Architect, Seattle, Washington

Photography by Ben Benschneider