Architecture

The Orcas Residence in Seattle

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Seattle as a city is all about simple style and ever-green romance and the Orcas Residence designed by Pb Elemental Architecture is all about translating that same sense of elegance into a multi-family dwelling. Designed for four families in two floors, each home sports a custom open riser stairs, two master suites with private baths and a roof deck with territorial views. The 1,100 square feet homes radiate with simple and stylish interiors while the minimalistic design runs through the entire structure. The interiors seem to have taken inspiration from retro shades, but even they blend in with the contemporary style quite aptly. Stylish and yet subtle, it keeps in touch with Seattle, don’t you think? – via

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One comment

  • Jared November 25, 2008 at 17:38 PM Login to Reply →

    what they don’t tell you about this house, though, is that it’s in the flight path for Boeing Field :) for whatever reason there’s a lot of modern dwellings being built in a little strip just south of Georgetown proper and slightly northwest of the airstrip. i almost rented a gorgeous townhouse down there for dirt cheap a couple years ago but i’d just moved to Seattle from living in the flight path of an air force base. didn’t really feel like dealing with that again.