Looking up from the interior through Washington Cathedral's glass steeple.
With both interior and exterior intricate wood details, this Northwest Craftsman brings the outdoors in with natural light streaming in from many large windows and doors. At the entry, the use of round classic exterior columns give it a postmodern look. The home's interior finishes complement the natural beauty of the Northwest.
Built on the rolling hills of the Sammamish Valley is Washington Cathedral. Inspired by the architecture of country churches, its glass steeple and postmodern sanctuary welcome all. As sunshine pours in through the soaring glass steeple, the sheer quantity of blue sky inspires awe.
This commercial tenant improvement and restoration project is a prime example of our expertise in this area. We took a 1926 Marina Park warehouse-turned-commercial-space and turned it into a modern waterfront retail space in downtown Kirkland.
This award-winning timber lodge-style home was influenced by Fleur du Lac, the 1938 Lake Tahoe estate of American industrialist Henry J. Kaiser. The design won the Seattle Master Builders' Silver Award in the Custom Home category.
Lake Washington Rose Point Waterfront Postmodern Craftsman
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