Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC. 

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC. 

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

  • Case Study House 2012
  • Seattle, Washington
    Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

    The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.

Case Study House 2012
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Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012
Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC. 

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC. 

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.  

Case Study House 2012

Seattle, Washington
Price per square foot: $216 (2012 dollars) 

The 2,100 square foot residence is a design-build-develop project intended to explore several aspects of building in the new economy. The project utilizes a difficult and cost-effective site in the Seattle area: the footprint is tidy and straight-forward to construct; the interiors are open, light-filled and flexible. This case study lays the ground work for a reproducible housing model that meets strict budgetary constraints, tight lots and a desire for clean modernism. All images by BUILD LLC.