Residence: Seattle

Seattle, Washington 2001-2004

The design intent of this project was to preserve the shell of a 1917 bungalo, while updating the systems and interiors, and add a kitchen and deck addition. The modern interventions respect the existing structure, while seek to transform both the interior and exterior spaces into spacious, light-filled, and uplifting places of modern comfort.

The detached building was designed as a workspace and studio and adds an additional 600 square feet to the adjacent house. Designed with clean lines, modern materials and an open space and loft, the building provides an uplifting alternative to the neighboring turn-of-century bungalows.

Photos: Ed Sozinho