BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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Above Lake Washington, a Seattle house opens up to drink in the views
The entry sequence is all about topography because the house gently steps down the slope to the front garden. ''The roofline was conceived as a means of collecting water, like one big scupper or gutter,'' explains architect Peter Cohan of how he met the strict drainage requirements for the steep site.