YOUR PLACE: 35 years after a teenage romance, a couple reconnects, filling their Woodinville home with art and furnishings that reflect who they are and...
Sandy Deneau Dunham
Sandy Deneau Dunham writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW and is associate editor of the magazine.
This award-winning, super-efficient home near Olympia is designed for the health of the environment — and its owners | Northwest Living VIEW
Architect Tessa Smith of Artisans Group takes an aggressively passive approach to sustainable living.
An extensively remodeled Des Moines home (finally) takes advantage of its treasured location | Northwest Living VIEW
The third-generation homeowner considers herself the ‘caretaker’ of the family home her grandparents built in the 1950s.
A couple spends 17 years updating their 1939 home, maintaining its integrity while creating something all their own | Northwest Living VIEW
YOUR PLACE: A reworked and newly personalized Madison Park home gets serious points for originality.
While respecting tradition and adding contemporary details, almost everything moved — including the pool.
30 years after George Suyama designed this home, his firm does a refreshing remodel | Northwest Living VIEW
It’s a point of return for a legacy home, and property, on a peninsula near Gig Harbor.
YOUR PLACE: An architectural designer honors the legacy of Paul H. Kirk’s 1970 design.
It took 5 remodeling stages over 9 years to gorgeously update and unite a 1965 rambler.
Nearly 20 years after designing a Hamptons-esque home, architect Tyler Engle returns for a modernized miniature | Northwest Living VIEW
The ‘mini-me’ guesthouse in Woodway reflects on, and updates, a classic Shingle-Style theme.
A refreshingly cohesive remodel unites the entire first floor of a Kirkland home | Northwest Living VIEW
Spurred by a kitchen switcheroo, Hilary Young Design Associates achieves a makeover takeover.