Ralph Anderson, Paul Hayden Kirk and Gene Zema and other Seattle architects were known for creating the Northwest Regional Style in the Pacific Northwest in the 1950s & 1960s. These architects were influenced by the modern Bauhaus modernism and adapted the modern style to the Northwest. This style features the use of unpainted wood inside and out, along with blending indoor and outdoor living with floor to ceiling glass walls and courtyards that connect and also provide intimacy. Northwest Regional Style also was influenced by Japanese architecture and design because of similarities in the climate and use of materials.
This beautiful midcentury home in Burien was designed by Ralph Anderson and has some amazing views! The architecture and design of the house is timeless and elegant. I just love the outdoor space and the glass walls! Take a look! Listing Courtesy of Scott Monroe, Windermere R.E. Wall St. Inc. Offered at $1,395,000.