Can you believe this was once an old 1950s home? Thanks to David Coleman Architecture, the Nuler-Cudahy Residence in Seattle, Washington is a spectacle of modern design and architecture. Clean and simple geometry dominates the house, both inside and out. Large windows invite a lot of natural light to brighten the place and offer ample views of the surroundings.
The materials used in this restored home include native cedar and fir, ebonized oak, concrete, blackened aluminum, copper, and natural plaster. The idea was to emphasize simplicity and minimalism. The architects tried reduce the tearing down of the old building and thus lower renovation costs, and we have to say they did that very well. We really like the overall appearance of the ‘reborn’ house.