From model-new building to glossy renovations, the Seattle Modern Structure and Design Society will likely be offering a peek into eight Seattle homes the final weekend in April.
The self-guided tour contains homes from Columbia Metropolis to Phinney Ridge, and provides contributors an opportunity to talk with not simply architects, however the house owners, too—giving a peek into day-to-day life within the homes.
It’s like going to open homes for enjoyable, however enhanced, and with out that temptation to purchase. (Okay, certainly one of them is on the market. However only one.)
The tour is Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to five p.m., however right here’s a sneak peek on the homes. If you happen to’re into it, you may buy tickets here for $35. (They leap to $40 day-of.)
This model-new, residence in Phinney Ridge has ground-to-ceiling home windows and a shiny, hub-like open central staircase.
This model-new Leschi residence overlooking Lake Washington with decks on each degree continues to be listed on the market by the builders.
This Wallingford residence received a modern renovation with out searching-of-scale with different homes on the block.
This Madison Park residence, constructed round a central, courtyard hub, feels linked to the skin surroundings.
This residence on high of Queen Anne Hill suits quite a lot of house right into a smaller lot than another homes on the tour.
Within the Roanoke space, this 100-year-previous home received a glossy, modern makeover whereas nonetheless preserving historic particulars like the unique stained glass.
The Residences on Fairview are connected townhouses—every distinctive, however utilizing the identical building and design parts.
This lofty residence in Mount Baker has a number of decks, a grotto, and a big patio space. Inside home windows and sliding barn doorways preserve the inside each linked and open.