Located within the Sand Level Nation Membership neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, this modern residence was designed for a household of 5 by Coop 15.
Description by Coop 15 Development is winding down on our new design on NE Dawn Vista, within the Sand Level Nation Membership neighborhood. Although we did handle to salvage a couple of crucial parts of the unique 1950′s house on this property, it’s, basically, a brand new home. Our collaborators embrace inside design advisor Kathleen Glossa, panorama architect Martha Shapiro, and contractor Stuart Feldt of W. S. Feldt Contruction–and our terrific shoppers. Designed for a household of 5, the primary flooring has a big front room for entertaining, a terrific room with kitchen, eating, and household space, three childrens’ bedrooms and baths, and a laundry room. The main bedroom is on the second flooring, with views of Mount Rainier and a glimpse of Lake Washington. There are his and hers house workplaces (his upstairs, hers on the primary), and a basement with media/playroom, visitor suite, train room, and storage areas. The carport tucked beneath the primary degree is an concept preserved from the unique house, eliminating the look of an enormous storage door that always dominates the entrance of houses the place there isn’t a alley entry. The basement basis partitions have been additionally retained, as have been two indoor fireplaces, and a singular outside hearth/barbeque. The kitchen and household areas are the star of this home, with giant sliding glass doorways disappearing into pockets, permitting these areas to circulate to the south terrace. Images by Benjamin Benschneider Go to Coop 15