Knowles Residence - ExteriorContemporary Exterior, Seattle
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By mastering the logistics, you can focus on your family and the emotions surrounding a big change or simply make moving day go off without a hitch. Hopefully, your process will be smooth, your trip a great adventure and your new home a place you will love for a long time to come.Coming next: A guide to moving in
1. Hire a pro. Consider hiring a pro to take a look at your home and offer advice. One morning spent with a home inspector, a real estate agent or a local designer can give you insight into what potential buyers will see when they look at your home — and can save you money in the long run.
Large roof overhangs on a house by Coates Design Architects in Seattle do more than put a modernist stamp on the structure. They also protect it from the Pacific Northwest's driving winter rain and mitigate hot summer sun.
Another Seattle residence illustrates how roof overhangs are often linked to abundant glass at the exterior wall and outdoor space below. This example is pint-size compared to the previous two Pacific Northwest ones, so it's good to see that these roofs can happen at various scales.