The 2,400-square-foot Port Ludlow Residence is located on a waterfront lot in Hood Canal, which is one of the main basins of the Puget Sound in Washington State. The modern, eco-friendly home, designed by Finne Architects, is full of glass walls that open up onto the surrounding wood deck giving the indoor/outdoor feel.

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The main living area is completely covered in 12-foot high glass walls giving the home the best views of the water and the wooded property it sits on.

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They incorporated many eco-friendly elements into the property including the glass panels that provide natural light and ventilation, 2×8 frame construction that increased the insulation value by 40%, a heat pump mechanical system, and various interior finishes that were sustainable.

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

The north end of the structure houses the bedrooms and offices in a two-story volume.

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category

Glass Walled Waterfront Residence by Finne Architects in architecture  Category