This contemporary house is located in Washington and its an example of quality and prestige remodel of famous Seattle architect Fred Bassetti’s earliest design built in 1962. The authors of the project, called Wood Block Residence, became Chadbourne + Doss Architects. The house is situated on a sloping site, surrounded by dense vegetation and amazing natural landscapes and, of course, the residence features large windows and some fragments of the full glassed walls. The exterior was clad in such materials as concrete, wood and glass that look very harmonious there. Interiors show a close relationship with the environment and an inner courtyard. The combination of black and white, as well as individual elements of natural wood emphasizes elegance and style.