On a skinny site in the Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle, a 1930’s brick house with a basement sat above a rockery on a sloping street. We kept the footprint of the old house and added a second floor and attic. We saved the project money by reusing the existing structure and keeping the windows and doors where they were. So, like many of our projects, in order to connect the public spaces to each other and to the views and daylight outside, we knocked down a lot of the interior first floor walls. Check out our blog post for more info!