Design for the adaptive reuse of an old lumber yard with a classic industrial building form. The open floor plan concept blends the restaurant and retail tenant spaces with common areas to create a vibrant scene characteristic of indoor markets. This project is currently under construction.
An existing 2-story apartment building built in 1960 will get a new third story for the property owner’s penthouse unit. The new 1350 square foot top floor will have a master suite and a guest suite. The great room and its adjacent covered deck enjoy territorial views out the large south windows. This project is in the schematic design phase.
Four new townhouses on a suburban lot with interior autocourt leading to 2-car garages. Each unit is about 1950 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3-1/2 bathrooms. Balcony decks afford access to the outdoors right off the great rooms. This project is in the schematic design phase.
Design for a new single family house on a suburban lot at the end of a cul-de-sac. 4700 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, with a 600 square foot Accessory Dwelling Unit. A residential elevator will bring homeowners and guests up to the top level great room with its views to the southeast. Exterior siding to be stained cedar boards with rusty steel panels for an accent. Walls will be R-35 Structural Insulated Panels, windows will be triple glazed, and the roof has room for a huge 14kW solar array. This project is in the schematic design phase.
A new 3-story house on a small corner lot in the city. 1900 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 bathrooms. The great room and its balcony deck are on the top floor to enjoy views of both downtown Seattle and Mt. Rainier. Locating the front porch at the middle floor makes the entry more inviting. This project is under construction as of April 2019.
Constrained by zoning code, this project was only able to add 119 square feet of new footprint. So the homeowners gave a third of their existing family room to create a new Accessory Dwelling Unit for grandma to occupy. Connected by an interior door to the main house, but with its own exterior door for independent entry, the ADU allows the family to easily get together or remain separate as needed. This project in the schematic design phase.
Design for a new net-zero-energy house including an airtight and superinsulated enclosure, heat recovery ventilation, and photovoltaic array. Exposed beams in double height living room ceiling. Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU) wrapped in weathering steel with spiral stair inside. Completed in summer 2018.
This water front home with lake views and covered decks off every major room is precertified as a Passive House. The project team applied best practices for energy efficiency, including superinsulation, extreme air tightness, triple glazed windows, radiant floor heating, heat pump mechanical systems, and a Heat Recovery Ventilator. Under construction, expected to be complete in autumn 2018.