Patricia Brennan Architects
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Queen Anne Tree House

This Queen Anne residence is tucked into the hill with potential for great views. An existing deck was rebuilt, extended and covered for privacy and protection. Vertical screens make up a portion of the deck walls. The remaining railing is metal. Porcelain pavers make up the new decking, mounted on pedestals and a waterproof membrane. New wood clad windows, exterior Nana Wall and rainscreen siding were installed. Photos by Mike Jensen
Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: $200,001 - $500,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 98119
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This view of the deck demonstrates the direct connection of the interior of the house to the outside. A portion of the deck is covered for protection and privacy, while the remainder of the deck is left open with a metal railing. Photo by Mike Jensen.
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One of the goals of this project was to provide a durable exterior envelope with rainscreen siding. A Nana Wall door opens up the interior space directly to the deck. Porcelain pavers are set on pedestals and waterproof membrane. A solid metal railing encompasses the deck perimeter. View is to the West. Photo by Mike Jensen.
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This Queen Anne residence is tucked into the hill with potential for great views. An existing deck was rebuilt, extended and covered for privacy and protection. Vertical screens make up a portion of the deck walls. The remaining railing is metal. Porcelain pavers make up the new decking, mounted on pedestals and a waterproof membrane. New wood clad windows, exterior Nana W...More
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This Queen Anne residence is tucked into the hill with potential for great views. An existing deck was rebuilt, extended and covered for privacy and protection. Vertical screens make up a portion of the deck walls. The remaining railing is metal. Porcelain pavers make up the new decking, mounted on pedestals and a waterproof membrane. New wood clad windows, exterior Nana W...More
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A Nana Wall door opens up the dining room to the exterior deck. Photo by Mike Jensen
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This Queen Anne residence is tucked into the hill with potential for great views. An existing deck, tucked between the house and garage, was rebuilt, extended and covered for privacy and protection. Vertical screens make up a portion of the deck walls. The remaining railing is metal. Porcelain pavers make up the new decking, mounted on pedestals and a waterproof membrane. ...More
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The deck cover and screen is comprised of glulam structural members and Ipe screen. Photo by Mike Jensen.
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