Edmonds Waterfront Residence
After more than thirty years raising a family in their waterfront home the owners decided it was time to transform their “empty nest”. The existing home was built in 1975 and an 80’s era remodel looked tired and dated. Ferguson Architects rose to the challenge, proposing a dramatic remodel with crisp contemporary sensibilities. The interior spaces of the home now flow together in a sequence of interlocking well-lit volumes facing a panoramic view West over the Puget Sound. The Great Room features a sliding glass wall that can be opened to the existing pool and terrace. The architect composed the interiors with finely-crafted focal points such as the steel-clad fireplace wall, a custom fabricated pivoting steel and alaskan yellow cedar entry door, and paths of bright white large-format porcelain tile floors that bridge the transitions from inside to outside. The exterior of the home was re-clad with precisely aligned horizontal cedar rain-screen siding, board-formed concrete panels and painted steel trim. Phase Two will entail creating an architectural courtyard space alongside the entry walkway.
Ben Ferguson, principal
Caela McKeever and Christian Truscinski, project architects
Swenson Say Faget
Ye-h Architectural Photography