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Project 1
 

This custom home designed by Carpenter Architects is perched high above Lake Whatcom and enjoys views of the lake, the Puget Sound, the San Juan and Canadian Gulf Islands. The fusion of style and environmental responsibility live in harmony in this home. 

The majority of the cedar siding was reclaimed from an old railway trestle near Stevens Pass and was milled locally.

The interior hosts concrete floors with radiant hydronic heat, recycled glass countertops and cabinets made with indigenous fir.

Electric outdoor shades and auto powered awning windows in the clear story control the solar gain in the summer time.

 

 

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Project 2
 

This Mediterranean /Northwest fusion house was designed by Debbie Todd as a retirement home for a local couple. The house had a few basic design requirements. Take advantage of the awesome Toledo hill views. Host a 3 car garage without losing curb appeal. Incorporate Spanish style accents into an Northwest home. We accomplished this by using real rock masonry, stucco arches and gables, and exposed timber rafter tails. 

The 3 car garage is tucked neatly out of sight around the back of the house.





 

Project 3
 

sitting above Iconic Chuckanut drive this contemporary home is designed by Ryan Stephenson with the Stephenson Collective Architects, Seattle. The exterior is clad in Corten steel and  interlocking cedar siding.  The detached garage hosts  a loft studio with stunning views for visiting guests.

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Project 4 

This home was built as a family gathering area in Priest Lake, Idaho.  The Banked waterfront lot was a challenging building site. We carved the house into the steepest part of the lot so there would be ample parking above the house and a gentle trail to the beach on the water side. Providing natural wood finishes on the exterior of this home helps this Gem blend in with its natural surroundings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Project 5

 

 This Northwest hideaway custom home sits alone on a mountain top overlooking  the Puget Sound and The San Juan Islands.

Carpenter Architects designed this Northwest home for the elements. The roof system is made of solid 9" foam. The house is heated with hydronic radiant heat.  Foam wall and floor insulation gives this home energy performance ratings that far exceed national code compliances.

This home features an exotic colection of western black walnut. The home owner spent nearly a decade procuring this wood. We milled it for the front door, flooring, cabinets, and scalloped moulding for the curved wall.

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Project 6
 

This is a  traditional style home designed by  Canadian Architect Nigel Intarsia. It is perched on South hill and takes advantage of stunning views of the working waterfront in Fairhaven and Bellingham Bay.

This house was designed for a university professor and his growing family. It comes complete with an attached mother in law suite and high end finishes throughout the house.

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Project 7
 

McClellan Architects from Seattle designed this northwest contemporary style home.

The unique quality that separates this home from the herd is the exquisite interior design meticulously detailed by Lux Design, Bellingham Wa.

It was fun to be a part of creating the canvas for this artful interior.

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Project 8
 

Perched on a city lot, this Indigo design/build stands up to take advantage of city and water views.  In just under 2400 sqft this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home has a welcoming open floor plan that captures a view from almost every room.

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