Courtyard House Stays Well Hidden From The Streets And Uses Lots Of Wood
Sep 09, 2013 19:22
The Courtyard House was envisioned by DeForest Architects and really looks like a holiday home. Located in Seattle, Washington, the house is hidden from the street with the help of a wooden fence and blurred window panels on the second level.
Wood was an essential material and “tool” employed in the design of the Courtyard House to create a welcoming atmosphere throughout. Check out more, including the landscape after the jump:
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