Discover The Rambler, a breathtaking 3-bedroom, 2-bath retreat located on the Kitsap Peninsula, northwest of Seattle. Designed by GO’C in 2022, this 1,700 square foot (158 square meters) residence embodies a fusion of local craftsmanship and the iconic Rambler style.
With a focus on integrating indoor and outdoor living, the home features a concrete base, full-height masonry walls, and a roof that doubles as an herb garden and stargazing terrace. The use of site-milled Douglas Fir and Cedar enhances its connection to the surrounding wooded landscape, offering a serene space for family gatherings, music, and art.
Step into the In-Kind House in Seattle, designed by GO’C in a stunning Japanese style. This serene home, nestled in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, showcases an exquisite blend of modern architecture and natural beauty.
With a high shed roof and expansive windows, it bathes in natural light, while large doors open to a lush garden, extending the living space outdoors. Inside, the playful use of finishes and white-oak cabinetry brings a harmonious yet vibrant feel, epitomizing comfort and elegance in every corner.
Immerse yourself in the Villanueva Residence, a Cast Architecture masterpiece in Seattle’s Windermere neighborhood. This contemporary house, designed in 2021, offers expansive family living with breathtaking views of Lake Washington.
The home boasts a grand entry leading to versatile living spaces, where walls of windows illuminate warm, neutral textures, inviting both entertainment and tranquility. A modern kitchen opens to a deck, blending indoor elegance with outdoor leisure, while an artful staircase links to private retreats, including a serene primary suite with spa-like amenities.
Discover the Lakeshore Residence: a testament to midcentury modern elegance by Cast Architecture, strategically situated in Lake Forest Park, WA. This lakefront house, designed in 2022, offers a serene retreat with thoughtful reorganization and additions that accentuate breathtaking views of Lake Washington and the iconic Mt. Rainier.
Embrace a life where work, play, and inspiration coexist, enhanced by a tapestry of natural materials and a palette that reflects the tranquil lakeside setting.
Immerse yourself in the Edelweiss House: a summer retreat by CAST architecture, nestled on two acres in Mazama, WA. Designed in 2022, this house embodies the spirit of the Methow Valley with its horseshoe shape, engaging courtyard, and a design that celebrates the region’s indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
Expansive windows invite the breathtaking valley into every room, while sustainable local materials like Douglas fir add warmth and a sense of place.
Floisand Studio Architects have masterfully transformed a 1960s split-level home in Seattle, Washington.
Perfect for a bustling family of five, this renovated three-story house boasts stunning views of Mount Rainier and Lake Washington. While situated in a tranquil neighborhood, the challenge lay in amplifying the space without overshadowing the street. The innovative design fosters togetherness in communal areas while ensuring privacy, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor spaces.
On the scenic Lopez Island in Washington, the Lopez Lookout island home stands as a testament to Heliotrope Architects‘ ability to adapt and innovate.
Overcoming unique geographical and environmental challenges, the design brilliantly confines itself within the boundaries of an older cabin’s footprint. While it exudes the charm of a traditional island structure, the design marvelously blurs the boundaries between the indoors and the surrounding natural beauty. Crafted to be nearly invisible from the public shoreline, this home captures the essence of intimate living amidst nature.
In Seattle’s evolving Othello Gardens neighborhood, Wittman Estes brings to life a civic-minded multi-family housing project that effortlessly weaves density with urban charm.
A far cry from mundane townhomes, Othello Gardens marries innovation with heritage, honoring Seattle’s Rainier Valley roots while offering residents access to verdant spaces reminiscent of the area’s historic gardens. Designed to enhance walkability and community interaction, these townhomes nod to the legacy of the land, while showcasing sustainable practices crucial for urban living in America’s iconic Pacific Northwest.