Rural Mid-Century ModernMidcentury Exterior, Seattle

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traven5 wrote:May 1, 2013
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    ScottFaulknerDESIGN

    All siding on the exterior of the house (brown paint) is clear cedar, 3-1/4" wide tongue and groove, vertically oriented.


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        What Houzz contributors are saying:

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        Flavin Architects added this to 5 Midcentury Design Lessons for Modern-Day LivingMar 15, 2016

        Last year’s snowy winter in New England is an example of exactly why the midcentury modern homes in the region have sloped roofs for managing the snow. Pitched roofs naturally accumulate less snow, requiring smaller structural members, and they can also be designed for the snow to slide off. Water can also be drained from the roof. Sloped rooflines become another element in the designer’s toolbox. On the one hand, they can provide a dramatic accent to your house, reaching to the sky, and on the other hand, sloped roofs can be used to beautifully align with the natural topography of the site, as seen in this midcentury modern home designed by James Cowan.See more of this home in Washington

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        Kimberley Bryan added this to My Houzz: Original Drawings Guide a Midcentury Gem's ReinventionApr 20, 2013

        The L-shaped house mixes wood, glass and cement. A large wall of glass lets light flood into the living room and connects the space to the outdoors, but a wood-screened courtyard in front prevents it from feeling exposed to the street. The home was built in 1957 for the Devney family. It remained in its original condition until it was sold to its second owner in 2006.The Faulkners have met both James Cowan's daughter and one of the Devney sons. "Speaking with them has added to the house and our desire to preserve it as a historical piece of architecture," says Scott.

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        Jeffery Brown added this to The Atom BistroSep 19, 2019

        Fence and wall are integrated into building design and not separate features.

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        New Village LLC added this to 1122 Vick CharlesMay 23, 2019

        Good privacy wall and roof line

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        Elizabeth Clifton added this to Dream homeMay 19, 2019

        Live butterfly roof and windows. Fence is too big.

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