* Residential Architecture: Lake House by Hutchison & Maul Architecture
Posted by the editors on Friday, 15 June 2012
Residential Architecture: Lake House by Hutchison & Maul Architecture : “..This small guest house is located as close to Lake Washington as permitted by code. The structure is elevated above a patio to preserve the flat portion of the site for outdoor use. Concrete retaining walls set into the steep hillside provide for an entry courtyard. A roof deck above the main living areas provides the inhabitants their own private lookout towards the Lake. The roof and walls of the structure are clad with a flat-seam copper siding system..” Lovely weathered copper cladding, ample glazing, natural light, views, nature; roof terrace, indoor/outdoor sensibility, very nice light wood interiors..
image: © Hutchison & Maul Architecture; article: Saieh , Nico . “Lake House / Hutchison & Maul Architecture ” 02 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/45185>
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