Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

  • Case Study House 2016
  • Seattle, Washington

    Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016
Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC

Case Study House 2016

Seattle, Washington

Reinforcing the density needs of a growing city, the Case Study House 2016 investigates the viability of an independent accessory dwelling unit within a new residence. The design uses the flipped floor plan on a limited urban lot of 4,300 square feet in the Tangletown neighborhood just southeast of Seattle’s Green Lake. A central circulation core along with a simple massing cube maintains a tidy structure while maximizing daylight and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC