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 […]
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.
A city is defined by its people, but individual architects inspire changes others can’t see. Ralph Anderson was an architect who saw the value in the historic and the potential of the future. Even if you don’t realize it, if you’re familiar with Seattle, you’re familiar with his work.
We recently had the chance to talk with Seattle Architect, Paul Michael Davis about his background in architecture, his firm, in addition to checking out some of his stunning modern […]
On one of the few overcast days in the unusually hot summer we’ve been having this year, I had the pleasure of visiting the exceptional Mid-Century Modern home of Seattle […]