This remarkable modern house designed by David Coleman Architecture, showcases a mesmerizing floating roof design reminiscent of origami, gracefully crowning the primary living area.
This abode seamlessly melds modern connectivity with the tranquility of its pastoral backdrop, ensuring optimal comfort even through the lengthy, damp winters that Seattle is renowned for.
The interior spaces are divided into public and private wings. The roof above the public area, upheld by four concrete columns, boasts a simple pavilion design.
The material palette is intentionally minimal, designed to reduce visual noise and strengthen the calming quality of the site. Sapeli windows and doors from sustainable sources frame the views.
Brightness is upheld by white plaster walls and ceilings, complemented by contrasting blackened steel hardware.
The family bedrooms and baths reside in the private wing, characterized by a low-slung roof and dark-toned finishes, imparting a distinct and cozy aesthetic.
A children’s play loft finds its place beneath the intersection of the great room roof. A private terrace is situated just off the owner’s bedroom.