Rehabilitating this mid-century Seattle home, while still preserving the sensibility of the original 1950’s design was a challenge. Glass walls, steal beams, and light-stained cedar wood complement the 50’s look while adding a modern semblance and pacific northwest character. Views of the forested backyard, and a protruding wooded entryway offer connections to the lush surroundings. The result is a crisp and elegant home, with open and friendly spaces that fit the needs of the homeowners. This design was featured in the Seattle Times and Atomic Ranch magazine.