Seattle home showcases a compact yet stylish interior layout

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This contemporary three-story residence was designed by Conard Romano Architects, located on a small property in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Due to it’s narrow site, the architects were limited in their design. The program requirements were to create a compact floor plan that catered to the homeowner’s lifestyle needs. Within this small footprint, the vertical design was emphasized by a second story balcony, which overlooks a double volume dining room.

A dramatic wood and steel staircase accesses all three levels, providing transparency through glass gaurdrails. The main living spaces open out to a terrace, blurring the boundaries between indoors and out. The terrace offers an outdoor living area for entertaining, complete with a fireplace and barbecue.

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Project Team: Architect: Conard Romano Architects / Interior Designer: Doug Rasar Interior Design / Landscape Architect: Allworth Design / General Contractor: Prestige Residential Construction

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What We Love: This compact home feels open and airy thanks to an expansive window wall integrated behind a dramatic three-story staircase. Plenty of windows in the main living spaces also helps to provide natural daylighting, while inviting the outdoors inside. Stylish living spaces welcomes both family and guests to enjoy the home’s amenities, providing comfort and relaxation. We find the overall aesthetic of this home warm and inviting with clean lines and plenty of functionality… Readers, please share your opinions, what details in this home do you like or not like?

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Above: A three-story window wall adjacent to the living room helps to illuminate all three levels. This also helps to provide natural daylight to the staircase, which is at the core of the home.

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Photos: Aaron Leitz

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