Set on top of a forested ridge separating downtown Portland and the suburban sprawl of Beaverton, OR, Wildwood house is a rural retreat and primary residence hidden within the metro area of the Pacific Northwest.
Located a stone’s throw from the region’s technology center, the Bellevue Residence offers strong connectivity to its pastoral landscape without compromising comfort during Seattle’s long, wet winter.
Tasman View House is a low maintenance sleek home on the foothills of the Richmond Ranges. An extra thick insulated envelope of metal roofing and aluminium cladding wrap over elements of cedar shiplap and Fijian Kauri.
Designed as a West coast retreat for a Wisconsin neurosurgeon, attorney, and family, the Cornelio house sits on a narrow corner lot enjoying views of the hills, the city, and the Pacific horizon beyond.
Inspiration for this home comes from the majestic landscape of the St. Lawrence River estuary, visible from the rocky headland on which it is located. Built on a steep slope and unobtrusive on the street side, the house is completely open to the river, unfolding toward the horizon.
This South Harbor house began with the merging of two, half acre, waterfront lots situated on a small cove in North Haven with sweeping views of Sag Harbor Cove, the village wharf and a small, salt water pond.