Category: Timeline Stories

All timeline stories.

Stanton Court

The owner, who grew up on the site, wanted to leave his neighborhood a strong and thoughtful legacy. A thorough historical analysis of the Volunteer Park vicinity makes the design of this condominium in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood fit in with dignity and integrity.

San Juan Cabin

A 1,400SF cabin situated on the shoreline of Waldron Island’s Sandy Point replaced an aging 900SF cabin. Special consideration was given to the programming phase of a project that will be passed down through generations of the family. The project went through many iterations of design options with the owners…

Strouse House

Originally a builder house constructed in 1958 as a basic box, three major additions and renovations along with several smaller ones have created the custom home it is today. The goal: maximizing day light; create a strong indoor-outdoor connection; increase usable outdoor deck area; develop a passive summer cooling system…

Fort Wainwright

The winner of design-build competition, this is a 400-unit family housing project on the US Army base in Fairbanks, Alaska. The severity of the Alaskan climate is tempered by the diagonal street and optimizing on open space, allowing maximum sun exposure year-around. The central pedestrian, recreation, utility, and open space…