MCM Designed by Ralph Anderson – Home Tour

Innis Arden Icon. Designed by modernist architect Ralph Anderson, this mid-century home represents a case study in synergy between structure and site. Dramatic ceiling heights, organic contours, and stained wood elements surrounded by natural the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

From the listing;

In its Northwest Regional Style, the home’s character-filled elements celebrate our region through extensive use of materials such as Mica stone, terrazzo tile, and clear vertical grain fir framing. Breathtaking, protected westerly views of Puget Sound and The Olympic Mountains from most rooms to enjoy the Pacific Northwest’s finest sunsets. Offering exceptional privacy on an oversized lot, the grounds are a showcase of mature landscaping and provide ample space to roam. Welcome to Innis Arden, where a beach, trails, a pool and tennis courts await.

About the Architect

Ralph Anderson was an American Architect born in Seattle, Washington in 1924. He was the founder of Ralph Anderson and Partners, which shortly after became Anderson Koch Smith. Mainly known for his modernist work, he is also strongly associated with preservationism. Anderson was an early contributor and investor to the restoration of Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Pike Place Market in the 1970’s.

Home Tour

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