The Nuler-Cudahy Residence by David Coleman Architecture

The Nuler-Cudahy residence was designed by David Coleman Architecture. Located in Seattle, Washington, the project consisted of a 1950′s house that was partially torn down and rebuilt as a neat 1,700 square foot contemporary home. The existing foundations and fireplaces were salvaged to reduce the construction cost and limit environmental waste.


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