Suncadia Residence, WashingtonContemporary Living Room, Seattle
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The end of the room opposite the dining room has a table for playing games. Hyde Evans used the same chairs so that they can be used at the dining table when needed. To the left of the game table is a special closet for storing the medial equipment their daughter requires. Beyond the natural reed blinds are French doors that lead out to a patio, expanding the living space into the spectacular mountain surroundings. Architecture: David Clinkston, Clinkston ArchitectsInterior design: Barbara Hyde Evans, Hyde Evans DesignBrowse more stories about universal design
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Yes, the flat screen is behind the middle panel which lifts up. The bottom panel drops to expose the gear. As simple as it appears, this type of detail often requires a lot of coordination. In this case, with the fabricator. The system uses counterbalances and pulleys as in old double-hung windows. There is another view of this in one of the other project photos. Sorry there is not a photo with the panels open.