This Seattle house was originally built in 1951 for illustrator Irwin Caplan. The office space has a wall of glass, along with many rooms in the home, displaying stunning views of the landscape and Lake Washington. The recent renovation led by SHED Architecture + Design made for beautiful, functional before & after images.
The White Oak Desk sits in the lower-level office/spare bedroom paired with one of our favorite chairs. Desk's minimalist design made from white oak and steel adapts beautifully to this newly improved workspace. The built-in Dock is used to store pictures, phones or tablets, while the powder coated steel grid below neatly manages tech and lighting power cords.
Before: Dining Room
After: Dining Room
Before: Exterior Addition
After: Exterior Addition
Photography is by Rafael Soldi.
Architect: SHED Architecture & Design
Contractor: YS Development
Structural engineer: Todd Perbix
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