Located in Edmonds, WA, construction is underway for a new custom home with sweeping westward views of the Puget Sound. The design is integrated into the existing slope, carefully placed to accommodate the invisible lines of building setbacks, height restrictions and various easements. The owners requested that all the primary spaces be on one level, affording them continued accessibility for years to come. As a result, the main floor is perched amongst the tree canopies and sited to capture views towards the water while also providing privacy from adjacent neighbors. On the lower level, a smaller footprint provides secondary functions and a seamless connection to the outdoors. A series of decks and patios under deep roof overhangs create multiple protected spaces that can extend outdoor living through the shoulder seasons.
Design by: Studio Zerbey Architects + Interiors
Structural Engineer: Swenson Say Faget
Landscape Architect: Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects
Envelope Consultant: RDH Building Science
Built by: E&H Construction