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.
Be prepared to wrap yourself in high design as you arrive at the end of the private road at 1031 NW Elford Drive. As you arrive at the end of the private road at 1031 NW Elford Drive, the first thing that will catch your breath is the view.
Janof appreciates the subtle details of the home rothat make it not only impressive in architecture and home design, but also special to the Seattle area. From the outside the home is rectangular and geometric, but without the typical angles you see in Pacific Northwest modern homes. It has a flat roof and tons of glass.
I had the chance to sit down with Heidi Ward, owner and managing partner here at 360modern. Heidi’s passion for modern and mid-century homes, coupled with her experience in real […]
David Robertson Design is Seattle’s premier real estate home staging, and residential interior design company specializing in Mid Century and Contemporary Design. Join them as they celebrate the Grand Opening […]
Seattle Architecture Foundation and the Seattle Public Library are collaborating to present a lecture by Professor Jeffery Karl Ochsner titled ‘Residential Architecture in Seattle and Environs, 1880-2000‘ on Saturday April, […]