This lake Whatcom remodel was designed by Sean Hegstad at Haven design workshop. A complete transformation of a seventies home. This home was purchased by a family that knew they would not only need space for their family but for extended family and many out of town guests coming to visit in the summer. Open spaces and high ceilings complemented by exotic tiger wood flooring throughout gives this home a modern yet comfortable feel.
This historic south hill home underwent a complete restoration and addition. Remodel design work was done by Hall Kienast Architects and interiors by CDK Interior Designs. The owners moved to Bellingham to be closer to their grand kids. They wanted the energy efficiency of a new home and the charm and character of an older home.
This house was stripped down to bare bones and rebuilt from the foundation up. It also received an 800 sqft addition All new energy efficient doors, windows, insulation, and hydronic radiant heating system were added to take this home well into the next century.
This stunning Remodel was designed by Curt Carpenter of Carpenter Architects. The main roof line and foundation was all that was left of the original house. This house takes advantage of stunning views of the Puget sound from every room. Galvanized and zinc metals along with old growth, reclaimed cedar clad the exterior of this house, protecting it from the harsh marine weather. Tall glass and calculated overhangs control solar gain in the summer and winter seasons. The modern interior finishes are clean and pleasing to the eye but rugged enough for a family on the go.
A Waterfront lot finally got the house it deserved. McClellan Architects designed this tasteful contemporary remodel. The existing foundation was kept and the footprint was bumped out in all directions. Floor to ceiling glass is the cinema to the constantly changing weather conditions and unbelievable sunsets.