|Pb Elemental Architecture - Dakota Residences in Seattle, Washington|
|Wednesday, 06 May 2009 01:35|
The four-unit project is a premier home placed in a small suburb of South Seattle called Beacon Hill. Surrounded by older one-story brick homes, the bold multi-family building rises up 3 levels and is topped off with a generous cedar roof deck.
Design begins on the entry floor, where residents are offered a sense of privacy stepping down a few stairs, behind a concrete wall to enter the homes. Grass inserts line the 4-stall parking area to reduce water run-off. â€¨The home is bathed in concrete flooring and bamboo hardwoods.Â Custom steel and concrete stairwell is an instant design focal point upon entry of each unit.
|Last Updated on Monday, 08 June 2009 08:47|