Curbed Seattle just featured the Södergren Studio House today. Here is a link to today's posting.
DOCOMOMO WEWA, a local community of individuals who share a passion for Northwest Modernism is sponsoring a tour of the famous Södergren Studio House in Seattle's Mathews Beach Neighborhood on July 12, 2015. The Studio House embodies Södergren's collaboration with his long-term friend architect Ralph Anderson as well as his love of wood & craft. It is in the style of Pacific Northwest Regionalism.
Södergren was a master woodworker, cabinet and furniture maker whose work is collected both by private individuals and by the Smithsonian Institute. Examples of his furniture will be available for purchase at the tour, together with modernist paintings by Södergren's partner, Edith Fairhall.
Founded in Seattle in 1998, as a chapter of DOCOMOMO_US, this non-profit organization is dedicated to the Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement in Western Washington. The tour is on Sunday, July 12 runs from 11 am to 2 pm.
Visit DOCOMOMO WEWA for additional information the the tour.