Sustainable Cedar Clad Home Interiors in Cougar Mountain
This cozy Mountain retreat situated in the forest of Cougar Mountain, Seattle-Washington is designed by Johnston Architects. Constructing this four,one hundred SF house on a very steep slope combined with water runoff and drainage problems posed the greatest problems, but the architects precisely utilizing this organic topography as an benefit on this undertaking. Tucked in the thick wooded, this cedar clad house functions in synergy with the organic atmosphere. This single family house was designed with a northwest modern palette of easy materials. This sustainable house interiors are separated into an satisfaction block and a sleeping block, linked by a windowed sitting area bridge that spans more than a seasonal stream. A guest house more than a garage sits below the primary house with big sandstone actions connecting the two.
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