See inside eight Seattle modern homes

See inside eight Seattle modern homes

From brand new buildings to sleek renovations, the Seattle Modern Architecture and Design Society offers a glimpse of eight Seattle homes on the final weekend of April.

The self-guided tour covers homes from Columbia City to Phinney Ridge and offers participants the chance to speak to not only architects but also the owners and get a glimpse of everyday life inside the homes.

It’s like opening houses for fun, but improved and without the temptation to buy. (Okay, one of them is for sale. But only one.)

The tour will take place on Saturday, April 29th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., but here’s a little insight into the houses. If you’re interested, you can purchase tickets for $ 35 here. (They jump to $ 40 a day.)

Tucker English Photography

This brand new home in Phinney Ridge features floor to ceiling windows and a bright, hub-like open central staircase.

Courtesy of Barcelo Homes

This brand new Leschi home overlooking Lake Washington with decks on all levels is still for sale by the developers.

This Wallingford home has been modernized without looking to scale with other homes on the block.

Gloria Andrade

This Madison Park home, built around a central courtyard, feels connected to the outside world.

Alex Hayden

This Queen Anne Hill home has plenty of space on a smaller lot than some of the other homes on the tour.

Rafael Soldi

In the Roanoke area, this 100 year old house has been refurbished in an elegant and modern way, preserving historical details like the original stained glass.

Courtesy of atelierjones llc

The residences on Fairview are attached townhouses – each unique but with the same construction and design elements.

Courtesy of Dwell Development

This tall Mount Baker home has multiple decks, a grotto, and a large deck. Interior windows and barn doors keep the interior connected and open.

2017 Seattle MA + DS Modern Home Tour [MADS]