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This Contemporary Seattle House Has Killer Views

Though it has a humble facade of unadorned steel panels and glass, the Stair House, designed by local firm David Coleman Architecture is airy and light-filled inside. Past a small forecourt, the house's entry features a mahogany porch and a fritted-glass door, beyond which lie open-plan interiors oriented toward views of nearby Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains. Clocking in at 2,400 square feet, the Stair House is so named for the three-story stairwell around which many of the house spaces are arranged. The house replaces an older structure that was demolished to make way for this newer dwelling. Check it out!

The Stair House [David Coleman Architecture]
The Stair House by David Coleman Architecture [Designmilk]
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