Designed and constructed in 1962, this Montlake, Seattle dwelling has stood the test of time with thoughtful design and careful renovations. In 1962, Seattle developer Hugh Ainslie purchased an empty […]
Designed by Miller Hull in 1998, the Michaels Sisson home still looks good as new. Nestled between thick rows of Douglas fir and maple trees, and just steps away from […]
Sometimes there’s a puzzle where the pieces just seem to easily work together with each touch. That magical feeling was the case in a recent Modern home we brought to market.
Mary Lund Davis entered UW in 1942, during World War II. Her male classmates were all called to serve. Studying and learning alone removed a support network, but may have enabled freer thinking. In 1946 she became the first female architect in Washington State.
Today, A-frames still conjure associations with vacation homes and picturesque ski chalets perched atop remote mountain landscapes. But what about a modern A-frame for the 21st century?
It is easy to associate Modern style with expansive and expensive houses, or landmark municipal buildings; but at least one local Seattle architect broke that and several other invisible barriers. His name was Benjamin McAdoo.