“An overarching concept for the house was to let the materials age over the years, enhancing a sense of time and place for the project,” Patano says. Locally sourced larch, milled specifically for the project, features prominently throughout the home. On the exterior, vertical wood siding boards are fastened with stainless steel nails over a proprietary moisture barrier, allowing ventilation and preventing water intrusion. The waist-high larch barrier around the 700-square-foot deck provides privacy.  A Light-Filled Renovation Helps a 1950s Seattle Home Go Green by Tiffany Jow

A Light-Filled Renovation Helps a 1950s Seattle Home Go Green

“An overarching concept for the house was to let the materials age over the years, enhancing a sense of time and place for the project,” Patano says. Locally sourced larch, milled specifically for the project, features prominently throughout the home. On the exterior, vertical wood siding boards are fastened with stainless steel nails over a proprietary moisture barrier, allowing ventilation and preventing water intrusion. The waist-high larch barrier around the 700-square-foot deck provides privacy.

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