whole house remodel
2012 REX Award winner
2012 Professional Remodeler Design Awards Silver in Whole House Remodel category
A 3-story Seattle home nestled on a forested bluff with panoramic views of water and mountains. It's a little slice of paradise that unfortunately was stuck squarely in 1985, when it was built. The owners had recently remodeled some of the basement level rooms, but the main floor and upstairs master suite were ready for a major update, along with the exterior of the home. The design was collaborative effort between Architect Kim Goforth and Interior Designer Aubrey Michaelis. Completed 2012.
Architect Kim Goforth of Goforth-Gill Architects
- New building envelope: metal roofing and siding, new windows and doors, including a tri-fold Fleetwood aluminum door to the main deck
- Reworking and upgrading most mechanical systems, including a tankless hot water heater, plumbing, electrical and security
- Consistent interior finishes: Nyatoh doors, cherry cabinets, quarter sawn white oak flooring and a reglet reveal at all window sills and beam details
- Unique finishes like blackened steel counter and buffet supports and railings
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