Wednesday, November 10, 2010


This past Sunday's issue of T: The New York Times Style Magazine featured another great Tom Kundig house, this one for Merrill Wright (daughter of Seattle's all-time greatest patrons of the arts, Bagley and Virginia Wright). The sod-roofed 2200 square-foot concrete, glass and steel home is inlaid in the rocks of the San Juans; it's another example of the way Kundig's work respects its place by finding a balance between blending in and fully embracing what it is. This is true Northwest modernism.

Click here to read Pilar Viladas' article and see a slideshow of more photos by Dwight Eschliman.

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