Vandeventer + Carlander Architects' Mad Park Residence -- located in a prestigious Seattle neighborhood -- is a stunning home that was conceived with the owner's contemporary art collection in mind. The architects of the Mad Park Residence mapped out the functions of each room so that the home would allow both art and children to live side by side.
The hillside home that doubles as a personal art gallery, is made up of four distinct spaces: a glass enclosed living room, a wood wrapped bedroom floor, a steel sheathed area towards the back and a stucco clad office. Looking through the images of the Mad Park Residence, I can't help but fantasize what it would be like to live in a museum.
Artsy Hillside Abodes
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