QUEEN ANNE GARDEN — Seattle, WA
Transitions are blurred between indoor and outdoor areas so that space is maximized and residents can easily move in and out of screened courtyard patios and live outside during three seasons. Views into the house and out of the living and dining room are filtered by trees, so that once can enjoy privacy from the urban setting and experience a feeling of openness and connection to nature.
Landscape Design Team: Matt Wittman, Jody Estes. Architecture: mw|works. Contractor: Hummelbrunner Construction. Photographer: Tim Bies
Inhabitat. 11/2012. “Push_Pull Residence Fits into Tight Site in Seattle.”