The Interior Of This Seattle House Opens Up To A Small Courtyard

Seattle based firm mw|works architecture + design have recently completed a new home in Seattle's Madison Park neighborhood, that's designed for two people and their dogs that requested easy indoor/outdoor living.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

 

mw|works architecture + design have recently completed a new home in Seattle’s Madison Park neighborhood that’s designed for two people and their dogs who requested easy indoor/outdoor living.

 

Seattle based firm mw|works architecture + design have recently completed a new home in Seattle's Madison Park neighborhood, that's designed for two people and their dogs that requested easy indoor/outdoor living.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

A small path between the green wall and landscaped fence leads from the sidewalk to the front door and the courtyard.


This modern house has a wooden path that leads from the sidewalk to the front door and a courtyard that's surrounded by plants.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

Large operable glass walls connect the interior spaces with the courtyard, and allow the courtyard to become one of the main gathering places for the home.


This modern house has operable glass walls that connect the interior spaces with the courtyard, and allow the courtyard to become one of the main gathering places for the home.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

The glass walls provide an abundance of natural light the kitchen that’s located just off the courtyard. Custom walnut cabinetry has been designed to perfectly fit into the space, while marble has been used for the countertops.


The glass walls of this modern house provide an abundance of natural light the kitchen that's located just off the courtyard. Custom walnut cabinetry has been designed to perfectly fit into the space, while marble has been used for the countertops.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

Next to the kitchen and also facing the courtyard is the dining room. Built-in open shelving and cabinetry provides additional storage space. From this angle, you can also see that the path from the sidewalk leads to the front door.


The dining room in this modern house opens up to a small courtyard surrounded by landscaping.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

Beside the dining room is the living room. A double-sided fireplace can be enjoyed from both rooms, while a large window provides views of the street and a nearby park.


This modern house interior features a double-sided fireplace that can be enjoyed from both the dining room and the living room, while a large window provides views of the street and a nearby park.

Photography by Andrew Pogue

Back outside and looking at the exterior of the home, there’s window covers that have been designed to blend in seamlessly with the wood facade.


The exterior of this modern house has window covers designed to blend in seamlessly with the wood facade.

Photography by Andrew Pogue | mw|works architecture + design – Eric Walters, lead architect, Steve Mongillo, lead architect, Suzanne Stefan, design team | Landscape Design: Wittman Estes | General Contractor: Treebird Construction | Structural Engineer: PCS

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