Sweeping Views of the Seattle Skyline

When faced with a much needed new roof, Adrian Burton Jovanovic, seized the opportunity to create a rooftop deck topped with a beautiful solarium.

Whether reading, relaxing with a glass of wine or hosting a concert, the Seattle skyline creates the perfect ambiance with sweeping views.

Zillow asked Jovanovic some questions in a recent article and his responses will make you want a rooftop deck, too!

Q: What inspired you to create a sanctuary?

A: The unique 360-degree rooftop view, with Puget Sound in front and the park’s tree canopy in back inspired me to create a space where that unobstructed view could be experienced and enjoyed. I also drew inspiration from New York’s unique High Line park.

Q: How did you build your sanctuary?

A: I was fortunate to find architect Nick Robertson of Studio Piano Nobile, who with his partner, artist Isabelle Grizzard Robertson, was able to synthesize my general ideas into a beautiful design/build plan while finding practical solutions to the various issues that inevitably came up throughout the project. Construction lead Kip Shirey and his colleague Ray Krona did a great job of building it out, while solving construction challenges (such as working with huge glass panels in an angled structure right at the edge of a rooftop).

Watch the video for spectacular imagery and creative vision ~

Link to Zillow article: https://www.zillow.com/blog/sanctuary-rooftop-escape-212656/

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