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With a very limited budget to work with, this home was a wonderful exercise in ‘necessity’ or determining the real needs of a client and of a home. The floors are the OSB sub-floors, sanded, with a clear Swedish finish. A single sheet of ¼” bronze was used to attach a pair of Ikea butcher-block tables together resulting in a generous and functional kitchen island. On the main level, the ceiling joists were left exposed giving the room a very warm, loft-like feel.  

The exterior is a combination of composition roofing shingles and a rain-screen of rough-sawn cedar planks. Natural light is always a priority and the gazing is generous. The windows are concentrated on the east facade overlooking the city of Seattle and morning sun.

WHAT
Residence

WHERE
West Seattle


WHEN
March 2002

BE IN 
TOUCH

1823 Eastlake Ave E. 

Seattle WA. 98102

206 619 0140

www.sba.design

seanbell@sba.design

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Green Vila

WHERE

Spain

WHEN

March 2023