CASE STUDY HOUSE 2016
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 photos by BUILD LLC, Sketch by Shaney Clemmons