SHED Architecture & Design and style have finished a family home in Seattle, Washington.
A 40’ x 120‘ good deal in in Seattle’s East Capitol Hill community that sits on a well-traveled tree lined arterial.
Our consumers wished an cost-effective, effective, minimal-maintenance residence with ground floor residing places that extend out to relaxed outdoor spaces. The social family members chef wanted the kitchen to occupy a central and commanding position in the property. 2 children rooms with a shared bath and a master suite on the upper floor and mechanical, storage, and media room in the basement round out the system.
Design and style
By focusing regions of glazing and extending the ceiling and walls past the line of enclosure the house establishes a strong connection to its front and rear yards while shielding its occupants from multi-loved ones buildings along the sideyards. A walled and elevated terrace extending from the sunken living space claims the front yard as occupiable room and shields the living spaces from site visitors on the arterial under. Corrugated metal siding and concrete site walls had been utilized in which privacy was desired, while wood windows, doors, and siding had been utilised at the sheltered open ends in which people interact immediately with the building’s exterior.
A substantial efficiency enclosure is achieved by Innovative Framing (needs up to thirty% less lumber) and an effective combination of insulation items and techniques. Triple-pane windows protected by aluminum plate ‘visors’ and metal siding produce a reduced-servicing envelope. A south-facing light check with a motorized north-dealing with awning window produces a stack effect for ventilation while offering ample daylight. Heating is supplied by a higher-efficiency boiler, indirect water storage tank, and in-floor radiant heating controlled by programmable (Nest) thermostats. With the exception of pick decorative fixtures, LED lighting was used all through the home.
Style: SHED Architecture & Style
Contractor: Dolan Built, LLC
Structural Engineer: Harriott Valentine Engineers
Photography: Mark Woods