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Madison Park House / Conard Romano Architects

Madison Park House Conard Romano Architect

Architects: Conard Romano Architects
Project: Madison Park House
Interior Design: Doug Rasar
Construction: Prestige Residential Construction
Location: Madison Park, Seattle, US
Photography: Aaron Leitz

Conard Romano Architects in collaboration with Prestige Residential Construction delivered quiet sophistication and meticulous attention to detail in this custom home. This new house on a small lot in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle has a compact floor plan due to its site constraints. Within a small footprint the vertical is emphasized with a second floor balcony overlooking the double height Dining Room. The main living areas open to a terrace with outdoor fireplace and barbecue.

Madison Park House Conard Romano Architect 1 Subtle yet thoughtful details include perfect ¼” reveals, clear hemlock millwork throughout, and neutral stone and tile palettes. Impeccable craftsmanship in the massive integral color concrete chimney creates a core focal point rising impressively through each level of the residence.

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The self-supporting architectural steel and European white oak staircase is graced by a Paolo Croatto and Leslie Ross custom light fixture that suspends through three levels. The stair, adjacent to the Living Room, is back-lit by a three story window wall that provides daylighting to all three floors.

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To help blur the lines between inside and out, generous lift and slide door panels open fully to create connected indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces.

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Of special construction note: To maximize the space in this tight, in-city lot, the design included a car lift in the vaulted-ceiling garage generating secure parking for two.

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