Energy conscious addition to a 1940’s Seattle Bungalow featuring natural lighting, hydronic radiant heating, and aggressive materials recycling.
From the street, the addition is hardly perceived. The Seattle couple wanted to maintain the traditional look of their Hawthorne Hills home. However, as one progresses through the building, it transitions from traditional to modern seamlessly.
A new, professional kitchen (featured in Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s Winter Kitchens Issue #215), great room with gobs of natural lighting, a new Master Bath and BR were the scope of work. Energy features include: Hydronic heating, natural lighting, recycled materials, and a tight, thermally efficient exterior package.