in Seattle’s Alki neighborhood sits steps away from the water of Alki Beach. Designed by , the three bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom residence has sloped rooflines and is mostly clad in large brown and white panels, with the boxy entrance volume covered in horizontal wood slats. The neutral facade is set off with a bright green door.
A roof deck is built onto the second level above the single-story, box-like volume.
To access the roof deck, you have to walk across a bridge on the interior. The same green is used around this doorway that’s on the front door.
The kitchen, living and dining rooms are organized around a double height space that includes the staircase and bridge on the second floor.
With white walls and ceilings, the main living area has wide planked wooden floors. The furnishings are kept fairly neutral with the exception of pops of bright red throughout.
The double height ceiling brings in an ample amount of natural light from the windows on the second floor.
Staged by Rosichelli Design.
Finishes by Z Zorrilla.
Photos by Matthew Gallant.