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Looking for something to do this weekend? We have a project that is featured on the Tour of Remodeled Homes on March 12th and 13th, 2011. We recently completed this project with contractor John Fouch of Fouch Building and Remodeling. Our clients wanted to transform the main floor of their traditional house to include an
We have an exciting project on the boards. We are designing a Net-Zero passive solar Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) in NE Portland. We plan to host a ‘lunch-and-learn’ on the subject of Net-Zero design and Accessory Dwelling Units in the near future. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if this is something you’d like to attend! There
This latest project is located in NW Portland. The house was originally built in 1911. We were fortunate that our clients have early photos of the house. The deck was removed and replaced in the 1970’s by a design that did little to reflect the original historical character of the house. We were hired to restore
We recently completed this addition in the Alberta Street neighborhood of NE Portland. We call this the Mullet House because our addition was at the back of the house. The house is all the usual business in the front with the real party in the back! Our client fronts the band Super XX Man. The
A kitchen project in NE Portland that we completed last year is being featured in the current Green Living issue of Oregon Home magazine. Look for it on your newstands! We’ve included excerpts from the article as well.
It’s bittersweet when a project is complete…after investing so much time, it’s almost sad to say goodbye. The weekend house on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is that project. Furniture still hasn’t arrived but otherwise, it’s essentially finished. The owners are happy and we’re excited to visit this summer and enjoy some Maryland blue crabs on the
Our good friend and photographer David Emmite asked us to design a ‘blueprint for a Soap Box racer’ for a Brooks shoe ad he was working on. This is a great example of a collaborative design project. We created the drawing of the soap box racer used in the ad. It ran as a 3-page
We’ve shown this house before. It’s on the Clackamas river outside of Portland. The exterior is almost complete and work will soon commence on the interior. The siding is a great modern material called Nichiha and is an integral colored fiber cement panel system.
Life is all about design for us. Greg’s other passion is everything about the Ukulele… even making them! The body is figured Maple and Walnut back with Rosewood fret board and Abalone shell inlay. More to come on the progress of this Uke…