An architect and builder reteam to create a contemporary new home on the lot next door, filled with the couple's favorite things.
Sandy Deneau Dunham
See what’s new (including the view!) in this elegant 1921 classic, part of this year’s Mount Baker Home Tour VIEW
A lot has changed since this home's last appearance on the tour.
All sorts of creativity combined to turn this Lake Sammamish home into a light-filled gallery of modern living and meaningful artwork VIEW
The architect and the homeowner/artist have this remodel down to a fine art.
At the corner of public and private, a new home sinks down to limit its exposure.
After a fierce flood, a Fidalgo Island couple raises the bar for resiliency by setting their modern new home on concrete piers VIEW
This is quite the elevated living experience: a seriously shiny, brand-new modern-and-maritime home designed to endure nature’s wildest mood swings.
Artist/glassmaker/lighting designer Julie Conway crafts award-winning works of architectural illumination VIEW
THE CREATORS: Through the elegant, artistic lights she designs, creates and installs, Conway transforms places, perceptions and experiences.
A super-sustainable backyard cottage gives a Ravenna family essential space while taking very little energy VIEW
It’s a DADU to the rescue, and Living Shelter Architects says it’s one of the first in the country designed to be carbon-neutral.
J.A.S. Design Build updates the majestic Bordeaux House, built on ‘Millionaires’ Row’ in 1904, for a family that values the home’s legacy, and its previous...
Karen Braitmayer brings unique perspective to her award-winning work toward accessible architecture VIEW
As an accessibility consultant, an architect and a wheelchair user, her crusade for an inclusive built environment is rooted in public policy, personal motivation and...
Accessibility in our built environment is essential — but not yet a given, says award-winning Seattle accessibility consultant and architect Karen Braitmayer.