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  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

  • Madison Park Remodel
  • Seattle, Washington

    This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

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Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.

Madison Park Remodel

Seattle, Washington

This 2,000 square foot addition involves a 1950’s home partially located in the setbacks of its corner lot. The grandfathered status of the home prescribes a design in which the eastern most 5’ of the structure remains as-is, while the new addition is positioned back at the appropriate setback line. The design focuses on combining the new and existing structures, all while creating functional interiors for a lifestyle of family, entertaining, work and art. The envelope is kept simple and clean with articulation at window and door awnings. Exterior materials include a cement board rain-screen system and stained horizontal cedar. The interiors are organized to maximize daylight, natural ventilation and territorial views. All images by BUILD LLC.