But it is the award-winning ‘Granny Pad’ — a DADU in Maple Leaf that’s marvelously modern in design, and purpose.
Sandy Deneau Dunham
Sandy Deneau Dunham writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW and is associate editor of the magazine.
The remodel of an 1890 building creates modern living and gallery spaces while maintaining the historical exterior VIEW
Architect David Hall uses artful preservation to update the interior of a La Conner building.
Hope Foote, a pioneer in Northwest contemporary design, originally designed this timeless 1951 Windermere home ‘to have stand-up quality.’
A new home on Lake Sammamish represents a process of give-and-take — and a huge win for compromise VIEW
There were 2 architects involved in this sparkling design — including one of the homeowners.
A classic Queen Anne home holds stunning surprises on every level.
A new modern home in the Issaquah Highlands has room for everyone — but not necessarily every single thing VIEW
Homeowners with architectural backgrounds work with BUILD LLC to create a place of maximum minimalism.
An allover update transforms a Queen Anne home into a light-filled composition of warm minimalism VIEW
Less is best for an art-loving couple whose home had been dark and dated.
THE CREATORS: In a longtime pattern of collaboration, Dirkse develops a new line of wallpapers, fabrics and area rugs.
A historical Denny-Blaine home shifts into a more-contemporary aesthetic — and onto a new foundation 5 feet away VIEW
With a new addition and a thorough remodel, this 1903 home undergoes a moving experience.
‘The Upside-Down House’ in Hillman City ventures underground to brightly overcome lot and height limitations VIEW
This modern home, designed by Castanes Architects, digs in for a challenge on its super-skinny lot.