Queen Anne | Remodels, 2007

This mid-century home was redesigned for a couple who needed space for various social activities, creative projects and art/antique collections. The house now features open spaces and light-filled rooms, with the south facade of the residence transformed to glass. The remodel also established a true working kitchen that blends into the clean, elemental design of the rest of the house. Appliances are concealed within cabinets to maintain functionality and to allow the new elegant backdrop to have low visual noise. The results of this remodeled home celebrate the southern exposure, allow natural light to penetrate, and provide outdoor spaces that increase the livable area. Completed in 2007.

Press

  • Queen Anne Remodel | Seattle Times Pacific Northwest Magazine"Seeing the Sound", July, 2008