Rhodes Architecture + Light
The View Ridge House is a speculative residence above Sandpoint in Seattle. Construction was completed in May, 2007 and the house sold in five days. The V. R House is raised above an existing concrete foundation to take advantage of Lake Washington views but it was important that the scale of the house fit into its neighborhood. The house is broken into two gabled volumes linked by a central stair. The central atrium floods the interior with day light and is the focus of the open spaces of the house. Exterior rain-screen cement panels and board and batten siding further reduce the apparent volume of the house. Front and rear decks and trellises encourage the use of the land around the house. The 3000 s.f. house was built by Summit Development LLC.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
I love the lattice-like effect of the squares here.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Pretty look - where are sconces from???
Main floor bathroom sconces with mirror idea
bathroom with oceanside glasstile and quartz countertop
added by magzz
(14 months ago)
Tile BS & vessel style sink
irreg glass tiles w/stone
sink and sconces arrangement
Faucets from the backsplash