A key component to mid-century present day configuration is the capacity to wed indoor spaces to the outside. David Coleman Architecture utilized that key head when structuring the Broadmoor House. First inherent 1956, the first dwelling highlighted a one-story structure arranged on a half-section of land in Seattle, Washington. While the current structure made an endeavor to interface with the scene, the new increments and redesigns looked to develop that relationship. The home’s new impression folds its interior living spaces over an outside patio. Fitted with curiously large lift-slide entryways and extensive windows, the coating manages perspectives on the back knoll while consistently growing the inner rooms out to the peaceful setting. On the furthest side of the home, an ace suite has its own entrance to the knoll and its restroom’s unattached tub opens out to a private yard.