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ChiaroScuro

A livework space for an interior designer and modern abstract painter. The house terraces down the hill open to views, light and breezes. All rooms have natural light and fresh air on multiple sides. The materials are simple and exposed.
Country: United States
Zip Code: 98117
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Western facade at sunset with multiple light conditions. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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Evening view from northwest corner. Photo by: Daniel Sheehan
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Filtered light and privacy with exterior materials wrapping to the interior. Photo by architect
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Different natural lighting conditions Photo by architect
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Stair wrapping around the concrete blade that runs from the basement to the roof filtering light three stories. Built in bookshelves wrap the stair well. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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Open living room with exposed structure that also creates space. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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View of the kitchen from the living room. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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Concrete blade stretching from the basement to the clerestory filtering light down three stories. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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Roof top deck off master suite, nestled behind greenroof planters. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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View of the master bedroom with access to the deck, natural light on four sides. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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Master bath with a view onto the private roof top deck. Photo by: Daniel Sheehan
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Owner's office in lower level mother-in-law unit. Photo by: Ben Benschneider
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The entry from the street looking to the westerly view. The house steps down the hill capturing light, breezes, views on every level. Photo by: Daniel Sheehan
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