This mid-century home held promise, despite having endured a series of clumsy additions, including a 1980s sunroom addition and years of disrepair and neglect. The home takes its name from a family of starlings that nested in the home’s wall cavities
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This 6,500-square-foot home, which sits on a quiet cul-de-sac in Ketchum, Idaho between Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain, was designed around the client’s collection of contemporary art alongside commanding mountain views.
Departing from the shingle style precedent set by the boathouse and carriage house, the main Point Monroe house presents a more contemporary interpretation of Northwest Regionalism, in line with the owner’s wishes.
Wild Ginger’s new Denny Triangle location builds upon the look and feel that SkB Architects developed for the recently completed Wild Ginger at Lincoln Square in Bellevue, Washington (USA).
This unique 4,200 square foot Mercer Island modern retreat embodies tranquility and embraces the exterior environment, including water, sky and nature.
This new ground-up urban infill residence is strategically located at the intersection of two major bike routes in the Mount Baker neighborhood of Seattle. The lot is narrow, but has lake and mountain views to the east.