Single Family Residential
Whole House Remodel
Originally built in 1918, this Fremont Bungalow was in need of a good make-over. The work included vaulting the living room, renovating the kitchen, removing interior walls, repairing the exterior facade and creating a modern urban courtyard on a small city lot. While keeping true to the existing character of the home, each new move was carefully considered with a modern play on space and materials.
Dwell: “Transformative House Renovation in Seattle”
Houzz: Houzz Tour: Original Charm and New Light in Seattle
Seattle Times: “A Born Again Bungalow”
Seattle Monthly + Northwest Home: “Creative Collaboration”
January 2009 by Alexis Chicoye
Architect: Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
Contractor: Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
Interior Design: Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
Cabinetry: Nathan Hartman; Kerf Design, Inc.
Photography: Aaron Leitz Photography, Miguel Edwards Photography, Will Austin Photography