Mid-Century Modern Addition & RemodelModern Exterior, Seattle
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4. Blend InAnother remodeling approach is to make the addition and original house blend together like a seamless whole, in which it’s difficult to know where the original house ends and the addition begins. In this addition in Lake Sammamish, Washington, the original house, seen on the right in the photo, exhibits the classic midcentury modern design moves of a low slope roof, widely spaced exposed heavy timber rafters and vertical siding. The same materials are employed in the two-story garage and master bedroom addition, by Robert Hutchison Architecture, on the left.