"A very special little place, all your own" is how Muji has chosen to introduce their new Muji Hut; a Japan-only prefab house.
The Leschi Residence by Adams Mohler Ghillino
This 3300 SF residence occupies an irregularly shaped, sloping site overlooking Lake Washington with views of the Cascade range from Mt. Baker in the North to Mt. Rainier in the South.
The house is anchored to its sloping site at the upper northwest corner by a cast-in-place concrete garage. A semi-detached, single story studio sets atop the garage and cantilevers to create a covered path to the entry. The three story volume of the main house occupies the lower southeast corner of the site with an open living/dining/kitchen space on the main floor, master bedroom suite and study on the upper floor, and children’s bedrooms and play area on the lower floor.
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Patrice Rios combines her love for modern interior design and shipping containers in collaboration with local architect Mark Reynolds.
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A father-son architectural duo experiment with a compact, modular home with flexible furniture arrangements.
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Once a prototype showcased at Dwell on Design, this Cali Solo modular structure by HMK Prefab Homes is now all about island living.
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