Text description provided by the architects. This residence for a couple and their two children utilizes the foundations and walls of an existing single-story post-war bungalow. The traditional placement of private spaces above public spaces is inverted, with bedrooms and bathrooms placed at the main floor level, while a new second story places the kitchen, living and dining spaces into one large communal room with views overlooking Cascade mountain range. A large operable skylight marks the center of the room.
Upside-Down House / Hutchison & Maul Architecture
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Cite: "Upside-Down House / Hutchison & Maul Architecture" 09 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/45716/upside-down-house-hutchison-maul-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884