Architect Sheri Olson did a bit of removing, in addition to remodeling, to secure this spectacular Puget Sound view from the window of her living room. “One of the puzzles was that [the previous owner] had built a trellis that cut off the sky, with plastic panels on top. It felt like an aquarium.” (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Architect Sheri Olson did a bit of removing, in addition to remodeling, to secure this spectacular Puget Sound view from the window of her living room. “One of the puzzles was that [the previous owner] had built a trellis that cut off the sky, with plastic panels on top. It felt like an aquarium.” (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Pacific NW Magazine

An architect remodels her own West Seattle rambler, putting her skills — and heaps of elbow grease — to excellent use

Modernizing her midcentury-modern home has become an intensely personal (and personally intense) project.  VIEW