This new residence was located in Dash Point, Washington an withing an established neighborhood.  The new residence was purposefully sited at the top of a gently sloping hill, which allowed the main living level be elevated above the adjacent homes.  This enhanced the sweeping 120 degree view towards the Puget Sound and Maury Island.

The clients of this new residence wanted a NW Contemporary home where guests would be welcomed into a warm, well day-lit and inviting interior.  A heavy timber structure composed of Douglas fir glu-lam columns, beams, and tongue and groove decking for the ceiling were used to achieve warmth.  

[Above]  The A heavy timber structure the exterior to the interior creates a signature entry element for the home. Exposed concrete bases and structural connections are celebrated in detail and presentation.

[Above]  Dark stained alderwood cabinets were used as a contrasting accent to the red maple hard wood floors in the open concept kitchen.

[Above left]  An expansive sliding glass door blurs the line between the interior and the exterior social living room and deck.










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