Modern Houses - By MHM Contributing Staff on Sunday, September 13, 2009 - 1 Comment
Architects Replinger Hossner in Seattle describe their work as using “simplicity and restraint, innovative site planning, environmentally sensitive design, mastery of detail, and the creative use of material and natural light.”
That pretty well describes their new minimalist house with a view over the serene Elliot Bay west of Seattle, and also the ever expanding “Emerald City skyline.”
EB1 we learn from G Living includes: Bosch and Bertazoni kitchen, custom VG Fir cabinetry, dynamic steel, glass, ebonized oak stair system, and floor to ceiling commercial grade windows. If this steal sounds good to you even at $895,000 you’re in luck because the house in currently on the market. Read post in G Living.