Slice House

architecture, residential, wood
This progressive design consists of 2,800 square feet of new construction on an existing 1938 foundation and keeping the first floor original fir framing intact. The goal was to bring modern progressive living standards into older urban residential neighborhood using cost-effective an economical construction budget. The planning and design responds to the sites relationship with an active interurban commuting trail known as the Burke GilmanTrail, and corner lot condition maximizing views and access to daylight.