A second story addition and full-house transformation to convert a short Cape Cod home into a Pacific Northwest Modern house with a fantastic view of the lake.
The Urban Sanctuary
This condo in a converted church balances the look of original details with a combination of industrial materials and modern lines for a clean, contemporary feel.
Crow’s Nest Cottage
A tiny, adaptable guest house with a modern, moody, Pacific Northwest vibe. With an interior design theme centering around crows, the cottage is full of “creature comforts.”
Capitol Hill Apartments
This new apartment building aims to maintain the best of Capitol Hill, while making room for more to share this great community.
Lake City Park
This new neighborhood park celebrates play, recreation, urban agriculture, relaxation, enjoying the outdoors, and it features art funded by the 1% For The Arts program.
Capitol Hill Craftsman Landscape Design
Crisp, new walkways and plantings, along with a great-looking bike shed, help this Craftsman home in the Capitol Hill neighborhood feel anchored in its yard.
Classical Rooftop Conservatory
This rooftop conservatory is a hidden jewel box on the roof of an older condominium building in Seattle, featuring a penthouse and deck with a spectacular view.
Urban Yard at The Seattle Box
This urban yard is not expansive, but it tucks in all the amenities you dream of for outdoor living, with landscaping designed to look fantastic, year-round.
Craftsman in Blue
This three-story addition to a Craftsman home gave a family the room they needed to grow, while respecting the home’s classic Craftsman details.
Refresh on the Ravine
With bright, sherbert-hued accents and spaces filled with light, you may be surprised to find this home features a deck cantilevered over a wooded ravine.
Hidden Alley Apartment
A once dark and dingy alley apartment attached to the back of a commercial building is now transformed it into a light-filled unit with a landscaped yard.
Bainbridge Island Residence
Beautiful and varied foliage details and an arcing, terraced retaining wall help this island yard both look great, and function well, for a young family.
House Lift Transformation
Rather than building a new second story for this home, we lifted the house up, turning a shallow, unfinished basement into a light-filled, walkout main floor.
This midcentury home remodel updated the house with contemporary creature comforts, while respecting its midcentury style and taking advantage of its open plan.
This transformation of a 1980s-era, split-level home created a family-friendly, open plan layout full of contemporary finishes and modern touches.
Expanding the footprint of a home can gain much-needed space, but sometimes, it helps to lower the basement floor, too, so you gain some extra vertical space.
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