Mt. Baker CourtyardTransitional Patio, Seattle

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Example of a transitional outdoor patio shower design in Seattle —  Houzz
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seadon72 wrote:May 7, 2014
Hanneman Design wrote:Oct 18, 2017
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    Tyler Engle Architects PS

    Hi! The post is connected to the ground through a Simpson connector with dowel.

sportsmum wrote:Oct 12, 2014
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    Tyler Engle Architects PS

    Hi Sports Mum! That particular stool was made by David Smith & Company. Unfortunately, they are no longer in business as the owner passed away.

Katie Jackson wrote:Feb 9, 2014

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Bryan Anthony added this to 50 Cool Ideas for Outdoor ShowersJan 10, 2017

20. A small teak stool lets you have a seat while rinsing your feet in this Seattle shower by Tyler Engle Architects.

Annie Thornton added this to Courtyard Comforts Make a Seattle Backyard a JoyJan 10, 2014

AFTER: Engle tucked an outdoor shower behind the garage as a rinse-off station. Its semiprivate location creates a feeling of seclusion, as does the path to reach it. Engle created a hierarchy of circulation through the path materials. The concrete path and back boardwalk easily move visitors from one point to another, whereas the granite boulders to the shower require more effort. This path is subordinate to the other two, and Engle explains that this obstacle heightens the drama of the shower area, as if one needs to be invited.

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A small teak stool lets you have a seat while rinsing your feet in this Seattle shower

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