First Home Designed and Developed by PB Elemental Is Now On the Market

Calvo Residence

  Our friends over at Pb Elemental just listed the first single family home that they designed and developed as a company back in 2006. Although their design style has changed a bit over the last 5 years, it seems pretty obvious that this home at 2204 S Norman St is pretty special. If you want to read about the story behind both the home and its owners, it was featured … [Read more...]

PB Elemental Designs Another Gem (Pictures)

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My love affair with Pb Elemental continues. Check out this incredible design that was recently completed in the Leschi neighborhood of Seattle. According to design-milk.com, it was the makings of a Seattle couple that just couldn't find what they were looking for. Instead of continuing their search, they bought a tear-down, contracted PB and Modern Shelter and ended up with a … [Read more...]

Another Killer Project By PB Elemental, Phinney Modern

Phinney Exterior

Another project was just completed by our friends at PB Elemental.  In true form, with their partner and general contractor Logan's Hammer, they created a masterpiece in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle.  There are so many elements of the house to highlight.  Thankfully in this case, PB created a blog (PhinneyModern) to highlight the construction process, design … [Read more...]

Art Stable

Art Stable Exterior

Project: Art Stable Neighborhood: South Lake Union DESCRIPTION Art Stable, developed by Point 32, is an urban vertical development in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. The name "art stable", is a subtle reference to its previous use as a former horse stable.  Now the site brings a highly formable/adaptable live-work space.  The building is a artful illustration … [Read more...]

Lumen Condos

Lumen Exterior

LUMEN CONDOS Project: Lumen Condos Neighborhood:  Queen Anne DESCRIPTION | BUILDING LUMEN is project of 94 contemporary condos located in lower Queen Anne. Lumen was completed in 2007 and brought a different interior element then most Seattle condo projects.  The finishes include sealed concrete flooring, high ceilings, stylish lighting, stainless appliances, quartz … [Read more...]

Banner Building

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Project:  Banner Building Neighborhood:  Belltown DESCRIPTION The award winning  Banner Building located at 80 Vine Street was built in 1994 and is comprised of 25 residential units with 5-6 commercial spaces.  Koryn Rolstad with the help of Weinstein Copeland Architects conceptualized a multi-use building that would offer live/work space.  Starting in 1991, Rolstad put … [Read more...]

Phinney Ridge, New Construction

Phinney Ridge Ext

Our friends over at PB Elemental sent us some pictures of a new listing that just hit the market on Phinney Ridge.  As usual Chris Pardo and his firm did a great job on a this house that sits on just a 5,000 square foot lot.  It is fun to see creativity in Seattle construction.  Although this type of home isn't for everyone, it is a nice reminder that Seattle has a lot to offer … [Read more...]

19th Ave Lofts

19th Ave Lofts

Project: 19th Ave Lofts Neighborhood: Capitol Hill DESCRIPTION The 19th Ave Lofts is a condo/loft community located at 1812 19th Ave in East Capitol Hill. The building was completed in 2004, designed by architect Val Thomas. The building features 3 stories of concrete and brick construction. There are 45 units, including studios, 1 bedrooms, and 2 bedroom loft units. The … [Read more...]

One Pacific Tower

One Pacific Tower

Project: One Pacific Tower Neighborhood: Belltown/Pike Place Market DESCRIPTION One Pacific Tower, built in 1994 is located at 2000 1st Ave just one block from Pike Place Market. Designed by Curtis Beattie & Associates and developed by Vyzis Development Company, One Pacific Tower was thoughtfully conceived to take advantage of the incredible views that the … [Read more...]

Washington Park Tower

Washington Park Tower Exterior Vertical

Project: Washington Park Tower Neighborhood: Madison Park DESCRIPTION: Washington Park Tower, built in 1969 is the tallest building on the shores of Lake Washington.  You can find the high-rise condo tower on the coveted 43rd Ave in the forever popular Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle. It stands 23 floors high with 57 units. Washington Park Tower has incredible views … [Read more...]

Just Sold, W1105, View Unit at 2200 Westlake

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JUST SOLD 900 Lenora St, w1105, Seattle $286,500 1 bedroom | 1 bath South Lake Union we assisted both buyer and seller in this transaction West facing views of the city, Puget Sound, mountains and more!  Custom finishes, hardwood floors, big windows and phenomenal views. 2200 Westlake is part of Vulcan Real Estate's master vision of a complete in-city urban village. … [Read more...]

Nautica

Nautica Downtown

Project: Nautica Neighborhood: Westlake DESCRIPTION: Built in 1992 the Nautica sits on the Westlake slope of Lake Union and Queen Anne. Designed to maximize both Lake Union and Downtown Seattle views, the Nautica features 56 units on 8 floors.  Many of the condos offer a 2 level floor plan making the home feel more like an in-city loft or townhome. Units feature decks, … [Read more...]

Plenty of style with just 897 square feet

South Park PB 7

When I read about this house designed by PB Elemental I thought it would be fun to share.  Believe it or not, its only 897sf with a 100sf deck.  I realize that this style isn't for everyone, but when you see the pictures you'll be surprised at what if offers.  Here is a project description from the elemental architecture blog: Despite it’s size this home is an excellent … [Read more...]

Bellevue Towers

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BELLEVUE TOWERS Developer: Gerdling Elden Architects: GBD Architects & MulvannyG2 Bellevue Towers stands alone with 43 stories of concrete, steel and glass. It's structure is among the tallest residential buildings in the greater Seattle area.  Located at the corner of 4th and 106th in Downtown Bellevue, Bellevue Towers is just blocks away from the Bellevue Square Mall, … [Read more...]