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A waterfront house opens to big mountain views and creates seamless indoor-outdoor connections on multiple levels. This new house is located in Western Washington on the Key Peninsula in a small township named Home. The waterfront site is located on the south end of Puget Sound and angles towards an incredible view of Mount Rainier beyond.
Project name
Home House
Architecture firm
GO'C
Location
Home, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
Beginning with an outdated 1962 split-level beachfront house, the challenge for this remodel involved the transformation and recycling of the original 1960s split-level house into a home that’s connected to its location. “The rural, agrarian structures of Lopez Island served as inspiration for the design,” notes Jim Graham. “We wanted to create som...
Project name
Lopez Island Beach Cabin
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Lopez Island, Washington, USA
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
After working with Graham Baba Architects on a number of their branded retail concepts it was time to improve their offices. As a leader in the burgeoning wellness industry, specifically the recreational cannabis market, the company desired a space that reflected their growing status within the market and a way to benchmark their corporate identity...
Project name
Cannabis Company Corporate Headquarters
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Giammarco
Facing east towards the iconic skyline of Seattle, this refined and sophisticated beach house occupies a double waterfront lot on Bainbridge Island’s Rockaway Beach. Views capture the life of the Salish Sea—ships, ferries, and sailboats—a kaleidoscope of twinkling lights and colors.
Project name
Rockaway Beach Residence
Architecture firm
Eerkes Architects
Location
Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA
The lot for this new development presented us with a couple of interesting characteristics that helped shape the house plan. The elongated property, organized along the natural slope and abutting a heavily wooded area, provides broad views of Lake Washington, unobstructed by other houses.
Project name
Carillon Woods
Architecture firm
ALCOVA architecture
Location
Washington, United States
Photography
Pietro Potestà
The Madison Park House represents a response to an established neighborhood. At the entry the deep front porch is intended as a welcoming and friendly gesture to the street, akin to a traditional front porch.
Project name
Madison Park
Architecture firm
Christopher Wright Architecture
Location
Seattle, Washington, United States
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
Located on Orcas Island, the Boathouse stands foremost as a threshold between water and land, an idea it embraces literally by providing upland access to those arriving by boat or seaplane, and figuratively through its location and form. It straddles the elements, providing an entryway as well as a dramatic spot for a morning cup of coffee or a cra...
Project name
Boathouse
Architecture firm
Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects (pbwarchitects.com)
Location
San Juan Islands, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue (andrewpogue.com), Taj Howe (tajhowe.com)
Bold enough to take its name from an exploding star, Supernova is the brainchild of Zac Levine, the creator and design visionary owner, who teamed with Mutuus Studio, GMD Custom, and artist friends to establish Seattle’s most culturally inclusive atmospheric arts and entertainment nightclub.
Project name
Supernova
Architecture firm
Mutuus Studio
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Mutuus Studio- Kristen Becker + Saul Becker