The comfortable living space has been completed designed by the Lawrence Architecture which is located in the West Seattle district of Seattle, Washington. This living space design has a view property of living space for about 3,800 square feet, and 925 square feet detached the garage. The main materials which are construct this building is include the concrete, steel and a glass. While providing the privacy for the main living space is a curtain wall-enclosed the pavilion, the sites and the house is organized by a concrete wall which is up to twenty-four feet high such as the garage, the entry and the service spaces which are on the street of the wall.
The element for the circulation which is including the stairs with the cantilevered steel treads also organized by the wall. The pavilion is capped by the supported on steel frames and the triangular steel trusses and also the roof swoops over the concrete wall. Eight by sixteen foot sections of the curtain wall are pivoted for the ventilation. Which are normally in place but it is removed for the photographs; the star has the demountable guardrails. The daylight basement level is occupied by a family room, media room, children’s bedroom and the bathrooms. While in a loft space above the kitchen is placed the master bedroom. Above the garage which is accessible via stair or the future elevator there is a living space.
Design Team: Thomas Lawrence, Blake Takamura, Billy Stauffer
Visit the Lawrence Architecture website – here.
Photography by Benjamin Benschneider