The architect wanted to develop the project taking advantage of the position and view the house would have as it lays on a higher point than the surrounding buildings. To do so, huge fenestration systems, composed by galvanized steel windows and doors,  were installed in some strategic points to get two results; to allow the daylight to come in lighting up all the rooms and having an incredibly wide view on Seattle’s cityscape. In the living room to open the two-story glazed wall, a wheel operates manually to open up the view to the city. The master bedroom, thanks to a long horizontal glass wall on three sides, allows the owners to wake up and enjoy an amazing 180° view.

Meg home's front view by night

Location: Washington, USA          Architect: Olson Kundig          Builder: Dow Built        Photographer: Nic Lehoux    Dealer: Glacier Window & Door          Brombal Features: Galvanized Steel, Gizmo Wall, TDL, Retractable Screens

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