A West Seattle family’s custom detached accessory dwelling unit has plenty of room for fun and function.
Sandy Deneau Dunham
Sandy Deneau Dunham writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW and is associate editor of the magazine.
Our city’s most beautiful buildings speak to who, and where, we are.
We asked local architects and interior designers — along with readers, via Facebook — to share their votes for downtown Seattle’s most beautiful building.
Drawing on the 2014 Case Study House, a new modern showpiece adapts for another partner’s family.
Readers share artful solutions to old windows, bare showers and broken light fixtures.
The innovative, influential and imaginative Seattle architect, whose designs earned international and national awards, passed away Aug. 10.
First-time homeowners took advantage of the solid bones of their 1904 house and added longevity, function and beauty.
Architect Patricia Emmons seamlessly adds an internationally inspired, four-level elevator tower to a couple’s stately brick home.
YOUR PLACE: World travelers turn their retirement-community apartment into a meaningfully curated gallery of their 60-year marriage.
This Bridle Trails house, and its yard, brilliantly captures the multifaceted essence of its owner.