Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

The 2400-square-foot Zig Zag House by David Coleman is located in Yarrow Point, Washington. It gets its name from the zig-zagging floorplan. The exterior of the home features a garden wall and wooden bridge over a reflecting pool (duck not included!).

On the interior, the second-story window wall brings in lots of natural light while keeping the feeling of privacy. Besides bedrooms, the home has a great room, music room, a food-prep and eating space, and a sitting room.

The home’s materials were minimized to focus more on the space than its components: stucco, concrete, MDF and aluminum were used as well as birch cabinetry and a fantastic perforated metal for the staircase.

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category

Zig Zag House by David Coleman Architecture in architecture  Category