The Chechaquo Lot 6 Cabin sits in a small meadow ringed by ponderosa pines. Backed up to the toe of a dramatic, rocky butte, it captures views up the boulder-strewn slope as well as through the surrounding forest to mountains in the distance.
Seattle-based photographer and mixed-media artist Eirik Johnson has exhibited his work at spaces including the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and the Aperture Foundation in New York. He has received numerous awards including the 2012 Neddy at Cornish Award in Open Medium, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant in 2009, the Santa Fe Prize in 2005, and a William J. Fulbright Grant to Peru in 2000.
Anchored to a rocky slope and looking out over expansive water views, this house is the expression of the clients’ desire to connect to both the immediate landscape and the view beyond. Stacked boxes that end in large lift-slide doors direct each interior to specific views.
Chechaquo Cabin is a mountain home in Methow Valley tucked along the eastern edge of the North Cascades designed by Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects. From the architect: Located at the base of Flagg Mountain, the siting of the Chechaquo cabin takes advantage of sweeping views of the Methow Valley and North Cascade mountain range beyond. […]
Orcas house is a mountaintop home on Orcas Island designed by Atelier Drome for the artist Richard Brothers. From the architect: Located in Washington’s San Juan Islands, we at Atelier Drome collaborated with our client to create a modern residence, dedicated to creative pursuits; the perfect artist get away. Our client for this island home spent […]