A series of family cabins hidden in the forest and overlooking Washington’s Hood Canal, the Hood Cliff Retreat is located on a 1.13 acre site atop a bluff on a wooded site on the western shore of Hood Canal in the Pacific Northwest.
PAN Treetop cabins is a unique possibility for tourists who want to experience the quiet of the forest, exciting activities, traditional food and extraordinary animal life.
Designed to take full advantage of its quirky site, Prospect House is a compact cabin contributing to the stock of innovative modern residential design in Washington’s Methow Valley.
Located in one of Seattle’s most established residential areas, City Cabin’s design answers the client’s desire for a private urban retreat that would connect her to nature. Siting the 2,400-square-foot house on the northwest corner of the lot maximizes garden areas on the south and east sides.
The cabin, sited in the redwoods, is one of a series of Demonstration Homes by Joseph Esherick that were commissioned by the original developers of The Sea Ranch. These homes were intended to exemplify how the building guidelines could be used to build a well-designed, and in this case, low cost weekend home.
The Salt Spring Residence is a single-family home overlooking the water on the island of Salt Spring in Canada. Previous clients approached us after purchasing the property, which had on it a small, dark cabin that failed to acknowledge the site’s attributes.