A distinctive home showcases collections with meaningful connections

A Hunts Point house was designed around artwork, including treasured pieces by homeowner Daryl Russinovich’s 89-year-old father.

Mark Russinovich collects high-end memorabilia, along with photos; certificates; and, so far, framed jackets of the three cybersecurity thrillers he’s written. “We spent a lot on two display cases” in Mark’s office, Daryl says, “and then our handyman built two new ones and a fish tank for a fraction of the price.” (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times)

AT FIRST GLANCE, even from a distance, Mark and Daryl Russinovich’s distinctive Hunts Point home expresses artful design: Dark steel joins sturdy stone, muted stucco and etched matte glass in a strikingly contemporary interpretation of midcentury-modern architecture, horizontal planes tossing straight-edged shadows beneath the relaxed branches of longstanding trees.

Come closer — across the concrete auto court, then the bridge over the sparkling water feature — and…

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