Tapping Midcentury Mod and Views in Seattle

Screen Shot 2013-12-10 at 11.45.15 AMA love of midcentury modern architecture and ownership of a structurally sound 1950s house may be a match made in heaven. But the owners of this home in Seattle wanted more, specifically mountain views (that could come only from a second-story addition) and an open living and eating area connected to an outdoor space. The architects at Coop 15 preserved the house’s foundation, chimneys and one exterior wall, creating a new house that nevertheless taps into the client’s appreciation of midcentury modern design. Let’s take a walk through the house, focusing on the first-floor open plan that is the heart of the house and the family’s activities.

Houzz at a Glance
Who lives here: A family of 4 and their dog
 4,300 square feet; 5 bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms

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