N. Admiral Contemporary New Construction The clients wanted an art gallery inspired Contemporary design that would reflect their love of entertaining and to showcase their extensive art collection. Elements include a sleek flat roof and parapet system, a grand entry and floating staircase built of walnut, steel and glass, and rift and quartered wide-plank floors.…

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N. Admiral NW Contemporary New Construction The goal was to bring the beauty of the outdoors into the home through maximizing views and material choices that echo the natural surroundings.  An open floor plan features modern, yet cozy common areas, that gain spaciousness and a connection to nature through an 18’-wide sliding glass wall system…

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Alki Beach Remodel Major Remodel This dramatic modern and view-filled remodel bears no resemblance to its former self, a 1000 square foot 1950s bread-box beach home. It was expanded to 3,500 square feet, and a new second level added. The floor plan was inverted to put bedrooms on bottom, and common living areas on top…

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West Seattle Craftsman Major Remodel A new addition to the client’s family required a new addition to this modest West Seattle Craftsman home. The original stairs to the daylight basement were located outside and the single bathroom and outdated kitchen were not going to work. Because the project required plan review, Avid connected the client…

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West Seattle Kitchen This 1920s era home with a dated 80s style kitchen tucked into a corner needed an upgrade to accommodate the owner’s passion for cooking and entertaining. To open up the space and create a cook-friendly environment, we relocated a bathroom and re-supported the floor above to accommodate the loss of an interior…

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Belvidere Renovation This 1940s lath and plaster home had great charm that needed to be expressed in a more modern way.  A minor repair job led to the clients’ desire to capture unused space in the basement and then to a redesign of the entire floor plan and the majority of the living spaces. Much…

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