Lake Forest Park Residence

The clients wanted a home that feels traditional on the outside in order to fit comfortably into its mature northwest neighborhood. This perspective drawing was developed during the project’s design phase to convey a three dimensional sense as to what this house was going to look like.

The simple, rectangular plan features a Great Room. It functions as the main living area. This environmentally sustainable design uses engineered, composite wood materials for interior and exterior wood trim and siding and for the floor and roof framing and sheathing.

The kitchen, adjacent to the dining area, is also open to the Great Room, but it thoughtfully conceals the large appliances from view allowing a functional space to artfully coexist with the other living spaces of the Great Room.

The main dining area which is part of the light filled Great Room space. Built-in light coves and cabinetry provide abundant space for storage and craft display.