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Olson Kundig's Steel-Clad 'Hammer House' Asks $1.22M

Immediately recognizable as a Tom Kundig work for its weathered steel panels, polished concrete floors, emphatically cantilevered roof, and overall air of stark unfussiness, Seattle's Hammer House listed for $1.22M in the middle of last month and has already been marked with a "sale pending" on Estately. Built in 2009, it bears a striking resemblance to the home on stilts that recently earned lauded Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig its latest AIA Housing Award. Since taking on this commission, the practice has gone on to build homes in-between boulders, give fabulous rainbow upgrades to midcentury churches, and roll out at least one weird conceptual art project. The next owner of this two-bedroom, 2,200-square-foot beaut gets to enjoy multiple decks, a walled garden, a rainwater-collecting roof, and what the firm describes as a "moment frame" of windows.

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