The Laurelhurst MidCentury home in Seattle, Washington was designed by Ibsen Nelsen in 1961, and new owners like it, but the features of the home are not for them. They hired mw|works Architecture + Design to make the interior more suitable while maintaining the key elements of the original design.
The space is first opened to connect the view of the room and the outdoor space. One of the highlights of the original design is the courtyard garden above.
Small single-story windows have been replaced with floor-to-ceiling windows to add light and provide a better view of the surrounding landscape.
After upgrading the insulation and installing efficient radiant floor heating, they removed the old pipes and allowed the ceiling to rise. This opens up the space and also reduces energy consumption.
The interior still maintains the original feeling of the Middle Ages, but adopts an updated and modern way to adapt to today’s life.
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