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ended and the entire form was stretched an additional 15 feet.
This 1966 Northwest contemporary design by noted architect Paul Kirk has been extended and reordered to create a 2400 square foot home with comfortable living/dining/kitchen area, open stair, and third bedroom plus children's bath. The power
walls and ceiling were brightened with added glass and up to date lighting.
photos by Will Austin
only been remodeled a few times the space suffered from an outdated, wall heavy floor plan. Updating the flow was critical to the success of this project. An enclosed kitchen was opened up to become the hub for gathering and entertaining while an antiquated closet was relocated for a sumptuous master bath
light and yet another focal point.
storage and seating built around the window
space and wardrobes around it, also the lamination coluor