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Woodway Residence

A very dark, badly remodeled house did not provide the new owners any feeling of home.  The goal of the latest remodel was to provide a spatially unique, modern home in keeping with the 1950’s flavor while opening up all the rooms to each other.  This home won the coveted Honor Award at the 2008 Honor Awards for Washington Architecture through the Seattle Chapter of the AIA.  The IPE-decked hallway figuratively divides the house into two, opening up the entertaining areas and the kitchen on one side and the bedrooms and baths on the other.  You walk from the entry door down this hallway bringing you to another pivot door that swings open to allow you to walk outside.  The architects’ design offers windows where there might normally be walls; making rooms seem as though they are an extension of the outside.  The design incorporates the use of architectural concrete with wood and steel – areas that our firm has exceptional expertise in.  As you wander the exterior grounds of the home, the concrete appears to be suspended in air in order to provide decks at different levels of the exterior.

Project Detail +  Complete Remodel

Highlights +

  • Wood and Specialty doors by Pardee, Two Rivers and Shopworks, LLC
  • All Casework and Millwork by Shopworks, LLC
  • Windows by Two Rivers
  • Tile installation by Eastside Ceramic Tile

 

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects
Photo Credit: Nic Lehoux Photography

 

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