Najela from Pb Elemental Architecture in Seattle, Washington has been sending us photos of the great work they’re doing, and today she comes through with another one of their latest houses. Here’s their description:
“The project includes 1688 sft of living space, one car garage, driveway, and green space on a small lot centered in Seattle’s Capitol Hill urban community. The house is clad in aluminum paneling, white and black, with Cedar accents. Extensive store-front windows facing the street add a voyeuristic element to the home, giving away intimate views of the master suite and living room floors. Exposed cedar beams on the ceiling and steel-supported stair treads can be seen as well. The stairwell is made of 6” thick Tiger Wood treads. Clerestory windows located near the ceiling line allow light to continuously move through the home.”
Thanks to everyone at Pb Elemental for both bringing great contemporary design to your corner of the world, but also proudly sharing it with everyone around the world.
Visit the Pb Elemental Architecture website ? here.
Be sure to click on through to see loads of photos of the home’s interior.