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The Madison Park House represents a response to an established neighborhood. At the entry the deep front porch is intended as a welcoming and friendly gesture to the street, akin to a traditional front porch.
Project name
Madison Park
Architecture firm
Christopher Wright Architecture
Location
Seattle, Washington, United States
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
Bold enough to take its name from an exploding star, Supernova is the brainchild of Zac Levine, the creator and design visionary owner, who teamed with Mutuus Studio, GMD Custom, and artist friends to establish Seattle’s most culturally inclusive atmospheric arts and entertainment nightclub.
Project name
Supernova
Architecture firm
Mutuus Studio
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Mutuus Studio- Kristen Becker + Saul Becker
The clients were living on a rural property east of Seattle but found themselves drawn back to the growing vibrancy and culture of the city.
Project name
Helen Street House
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
Understory at The Spheres is a multifunctional exhibit and visitor center designed to tell the story of The Spheres, Amazon’s iconic and wholly unique insertion into the heart of Seattle. The exhibit unravels the complexity of the architecture and engineering and the very idea behind bringing people closer to nature on a daily basis in the heart of...
Project name
Understory at The Spheres
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
This mid-century home held promise, despite having endured a series of clumsy additions, including a 1980s sunroom addition and years of disrepair and neglect. The home takes its name from a family of starlings that nested in the home’s wall cavities, which were left open from previously abandoned repairs. Originally designed in 1952 by noted Seatt...
Project name
The Starling’s Nest
Architecture firm
Rerucha Studio
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
The 400-square-foot studio is located behind the Aaron and Kelsi Leitz's residence in West Seattle and serves as a photography studio and office for Aaron, as well as an exercise space for Kelsi, a Pilates instructor. 
Project name
Studio Leitz
Architecture firm
Heliotrope Architects
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Aaron Leitz
Built in 1914, Smith Tower was the tallest structure west of the Mississippi upon its completion. No expense was spared in the construction of this ambitious 462-foot-tall building, with interiors finished in rich materials and ornate detailing. Today, this iconic figure in the Seattle skyline houses offices and commercial spaces topped by an obser...
Project name
The Penthouse at Smith Tower
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Tim Van Asselt
This 2,900-square-foot home in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood was designed for an active couple looking for a strong connection to the outdoors, access to daylight, and a clear open plan. Their goal was to have a modest house within walking distance of neighborhood amenities that creatively solves the puzzle of openness and privacy on an urban lot...
Project name
Magnolia Residence
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue