Residential Architect Seattle Property - Project Highlight - In Home Gym
This blog post will continue an ongoing series highlighting our favorite elements in a space we have designed. This month we are featuring a secondary structure on our client’s property, designed specifically for use as an exercise pavilion.
The space features a high-angled ceiling, paired with floor to ceiling windows that allow for maximum light and connection to the surrounding scenery. The doors on this wall open fully for additional air flow and outdoor seating.
Our team opted for a light toned wood flooring to maintain a consistent aesthetic throughout the design of the main house. Additionally the light tones act as a natural reflector, bouncing light pouring in from the windows to create a bright and welcoming space. The ceiling features a clear vertical grain wood and suits the overall arts and crafts architecture style implemented for this space.
Unlike many in-home fitness areas, which are often re-purposed spare bedrooms, this space was designed specifically for the purpose of an in home gym with plenty of space for each type of equipment requested by our client, and additional space for new equipment in the coming years.