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The Nuler-Cudahy Residence by David Coleman Architecture

By Eric Meunier


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The Nuler-Cudahy residence was designed by David Coleman Architecture.

Located in Seattle, Washington, the project 1950′s house was partially teared down and rebuilt as a neat 1,700 square foot contemporary home.

The Nuler-Cudahy Residence by David Coleman Architecture:

“This partial tear-down and reconstruction of a ’50’s modern home explores opportunities opened when one is freed from traditional design imperatives that limit architectural expression and constrain site development.

The program called for the addition of a penthouse suite, optimized views of Puget Sound and creation of a dynamic setting for family life, modern art and furniture.

The street façade is scaled low to provide a “perch” for the penthouse and a glimpse of its long, curved wall, which acts as a linking device and adds drama to the interior spaces. Views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains abound.

Existing foundations and fireplaces were salvaged to reduce construction cost and limit environmental waste.”

Photos courtesy of David Coleman Architecture
Source: Architizer

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Currently the Owner and Chief Executive of HODYO Design, Eric Meunier's expertise in the design industry spreads over 20 years. He was the driving force behind HomeDSGN's early success, founding this website in 2011. Today, he loves to channel his passion for design into remodeling houses and transforming interior spaces with his keen eye for detail and architectural finesse. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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