Minimalist the Wall House in Seattle, Washington which very suitable for growing family and this is very match if you In the interest of expanding this home responsibly, a new second story has been added above a largely remodeled main living level all of which is constructed upon the existing foundation. Demolition was accomplished by a hand deconstruction so that the majority of materials removed could be repurposed. This wall house have many features like painted cement fiber siding, tight knot cedar plank feature wall, plywood soffits, aluminum windows and Zincalume sheet metal roofing.
Adams Mohler Ghillino as designer use habitable rooms on one side and services on the other with A cedar-clad wood wall defines two distinct areas of the home which allows the primary living space to be a singular open volume. The distinction between interior and exterior spaces is blurred by the use of slide-fold doors that fully open both ends of this living space to the outdoors. In the rear yard, a new detached accessory structure serves as a garage and future studio.