Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture

Stunning Port Townsend (WA,USA) residence embraced by forest designed by Lawrence Architecture for a retired couple who were moving ashore after 30 years as live-aboards on a sailboat.

Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture
Port Townsend Residence by Lawrence Architecture

Description by Lawrence Architecture

Program: A main cabin with living and cooking spaces and a settee for dining; sleeping quarters for the owners; separate office space; sleeping quarters for the owner’s friends and family, many of whom live outside the US; an “engine room”; ample built-ins and lockers for storage including 200 LF of shelving; and (finally) a bathroom of their own that isn’t shared by everyone else in a marina.

A separate building with 2-car garage, work shop, and an accessory dwelling unit.

Site: A 10 acre heavily-wooded site on the Olympic Peninsula near Port Townsend. Originally containing a grove of deciduous trees, the building site is a clearing within a forest of fir and cedars.

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