Gallery Residence / DeForest Architects

Gallery Residence

Gallery Residence is a single-family home designed by DeForest Architects, an architecture studio with offices in Seattle, Washington and Lake Tahoe, California.

This cozy urban retreat was designed to take advantage of Sound and Olympic Mountain views and highlight the owners’ collection of NW art. A central steel + glass stair creates a “vertical gallery” filled with art and awash with natural light.

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On the top floor, living, dining and cooking spaces share two decks. One is secluded and captures morning light. The other opens up to sunsets and sweeping views.

Architects: DeForest Architects
Project: Gallery Residence
Project Team: DA+Team: Ted Cameron, Julie Kim
Interiors: Jan Holbrook
Construction: Joseph McKinstry Construction
Photography: Ben Benschneider Photography

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