Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture
by Ted Savage / September 3, 2011
Via @ArchDaily, a 2400 sf home in Yarrow Point, Washington, USA, "explores the notion of edges and intersections. From the street, the building is understated and deceptively simple. As one moves past the garden wall, over the reflecting pool and into the entry gallery, a burst of complex intersections becomes apparent."


"A south facing, bottle-green polycarbonate wall fills the entry gallery with a soft, ethereal light. This circulation spine opens onto the great rooms to the south and bedrooms to the north. The limits of interior and exterior space are blurred, visually expanding the house beyond its modest size." More at David Coleman Architecture. Photoa: courtesy of David Coleman Architecture.


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