This unenviable task was left to the creative folk at PAD Studio and they have come out with flying colors that sport a distinctly green tinge! The gorgeous New Forest is a soothing sight for sore eyes and transports you into a serene and almost Zen-like atmosphere.
Located on hilly terrain in the suburban neighborhood of Seattle the combines clean lines with modern details and define simple volumes with a highly sophisticated fashion. During the day the beauty of the house is enhanced by the surrounding trees and vegetation while at night the recessed lights and the large windows make it glow in the dark like a shiny bulb. But the is when you enter.
The coffee table and the side chair are definitely the in this fantastic setup. They have been custom-made by Putra Salahin in Bali together with the rest of the furniture. Not sure about you folks but getting closer and closer to the water has never sounded more appealing! Sarah and Kimo certainly knew how to pick this one out don’t you think?
Since both the clients and the architects wanted to create a home that had greater visual connectivity with the outdoors large floor-to-ceiling glass windows were utilized in an expansive fashion. This not only created a more airy and open atmosphere but allowed for ample natural ventilation to drive out any remaining dark corners.
An inimitable thatched roof on top is the distinctive feature of the N House. Apart from the usual replacement of the damaged areas and the restoration of the basement the project also includes the addition of a new kitchen space. Bedrooms and bathrooms were expanded providing the residents of the house with more space. A new social area has been added with glass on three sides allowing for ample natural ventilation and unabated views.