I used to love review information about a home design, like this one, a modern home design called the Leschi Residence. I really love the home design; it seems a warmth atmosphere flows inside this living space. So guys, give it a break! It will be interesting.
Recently I have searched a home design review and I found one which attracts me very much. This modern home is called the Leschi Residence. It is created by the Adams Mohler Ghillino Architects, Rick Mohler, Rick Ghillino, Rik Adams, Brian Baker are the team. This nice home is located in Seattle, WA, USA.
Completed in 2007, this modern home design which covers area for about 3300 square feet occupies an irregularly shaped, sloping urban lot which is overlooking the Lake Washington with the diagonal views of the Cascade Mountain Range to the Northeast and the Southeast.
In designing the project, the architect program includes an open living/dining/kitchen space, master bedroom and study, children’s bedrooms and bath and garage and pantry space. A semi-detached guest quarters and a covered, outdoor living space which would not block the natural light to the main floor of the house are requested by the architect’s clients.
The house responds to its site through a play of solid and open corners and a transformation of scale from the street to the rear yard. It is comprised of three parts – a cast-in-place concrete garage, the three-story block of the main house and the single-story, semi-detached guest quarters.
The garage anchors the living space to the northwest corner of the site while the semi-detached guest quarters is perched above, cantilevering out to create a covered walk to the entry. The main block occupies the opposing corner of the site. Its southeast corner has been entirely removed and replaced with a thirty-foot tall tube steel bracket that supports the sheltering roof above. A steel and wood framed deck is literally suspended from the bracket by a 1” diameter steel rod. The main and upper levels open to the resulting two-story space with 14 foot wide lift & glide glass doors allowing the house to spatially expand and contract in response to the seasons.
Well guys, how’s your opinion about this living space? To be honest I am falling in love with the design. Ok I think its up, have a nice day then!