Before & After: A Yoga Teacher’s Growing Studio Spurs a Sensational Home Renovation

Robert Hutchison Architecture expands a 1967 residence near Seattle to facilitate larger classes and a better relationship with nature.

Georgina Verza had been dreaming about expanding her yoga and massage studio for years. She’d been operating in the remodeled basement of her 1967 split-level home in Redmond, Washington, just outside of Seattle, but it was evident that she’d outgrown the space. She and her husband, Diego, had taken on other renovation projects themselves, but for this, they enlisted architect Robert Hutchison. 

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Jessica Dailey
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Jessica Dailey is a Brooklyn-based editor, writer, and content strategist interested in where and how people live.


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