Central Area Home project completed by Fivedot is a renovation of a 1950’s era home into a gathering space for family and friends. The existing home was a small square on a large lot.
Located in the same building as the Park Side residence which we completed four years prior, the original layout of the Park View residence was a mirror image of its predecessor.
Big Mouth House is an answer to those questions from Best Practice Architecture. Developed by three Seattle architects, this multi-family project is an example of what versatile, forward-thinking, multi-family living can look like.
SHED Architecture & Design, together with interior designer Jennie Gruss, gave this 1957 midcentury home—originally designed by PNW architect, Arnold Gangnes—a fresh update for a young family in Seattle, Washington.
Built on a steep slope lot in Seattle with sweeping views of Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains, the project presented a number of challenges, both technical and permit-related. As a designated Environmentally Critical Area (ECA) Steep Slope, the lot is subject to a far more rigorous standard of review than an ordinary flat lot.
To add functional elements to the Capitol Hill Loft space that blended with the building’s original palette of concrete floors, zinc plated pan-decking ceiling, and blackened steel beams and railings.