Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light



There are people who are interested in the classic model houses, while others are interested in the modern designs. The Dang Residency in Seattle, is a wooden house, two-storey building which is beautifully covered in natural cedar. This is designed by the Pb Elemental architecture. The house is around 3600 Sq.ft in surface.


The house is well designed with three bedrooms and a media room. The study room and the living room with enough open space add to the comfort of the house. The interesting part of the house is the way they have made use of skylight and the windows to bring light into the house, including each and every corner.

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

The courtyard pavels are clean and well arranged letting the grass grow next to them.

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

The long narrow living room is well designed having a open kitchen and many other furniture that are contemporary starting from the green pillows to the round coffee table.

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

Dang Residency in Seattle – shining in natural light

Overall the house is very spacious having a lot space for dinning area and entertainment.It’s a house who many of us dream.Do you like?


Published by in Architecture, on December 10th, 2008

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