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Hillside Home Plan Undergoes Renovation Transformation

This hillside home underwent a transformation lead by the innovators at Chadbourne + Doss Architects. The original 1962 house on Mercer Island in Washington, designed by Seattle architect Fred Bassetti, was converted to a modern living space with indoor spaces rivaled only by the outdoors. The hillside home was rooted to its sloping hillside site by a steel skin which covers the home’s roof and exterior. An aluminum enclosure wraps around an open deck and patio, inviting outdoor living into the home’s floor plan. The main entrance was redesigned with cantilevered concrete walls set within a sunken courtyard, leading to a 4-by-11-ft. pivoting door that sweeps you inside. Interiors are flavored with natural yet crisp and contemporary materials abutting expansive glass walls that further deepen the connection between inside and out. An open-concept layout encourages socialization and interaction in its large living spaces. Chadbourne + Doss Architects
via Contemporist
photo credit: Photography by Benjamin Benschneider
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