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Craftsman architecture is inherently a style emphasizing nature and craftsmanship that developed in reaction to the Industrial Era. No matter the size of the house, or wealth of its owner, early Craftsman and Bungalow homes were designed to create a cozy hand-made retreat; a sanctuary that would provide connection with nature and sustenance to the soul. We pay close heed to this philosophy that underlies the unique architectural elements of original Arts and Crafts homes, to guide us in designing new and remodeled homes in the Craftsman style. For some interesting history, and how it informs our design approach, read our Craftsman blog series here!

Craftsman Second Story

Originally built in 1913, this charming, modest Craftsman home in an old Seattle neighborhood had been “updated” a few times over the decades.  This was a single-story house with classic [...]

Bainbridge Island Farmhouse

Fulfilling a lifelong dream of building a home on their family’s land, our clients have recently moved in to their new home in the woods, surrounded by tall firs, fern [...]

Contemporizing a Grand Old Classic

When our clients purchased this gorgeous, old four square home in a leafy central Seattle neighbourhood, they knew it would be their “forever” home. It had been remodeled over the [...]

San Juan Islands Residence

This new home in the San Juan Islands sits on a lovely rural property with low-bank waterfront. The architecture responds to the site: one approaches through the trees to the [...]

Queen Anne Kitchen Remodel

This is a lovely old home with a front seat view overlooking Puget Sound. Built in 1906, it is rich in traditional detailing, but was suffering from that common old-house [...]

Craftsman Charmer

The challenge here was to design a master suite addition to this Craftsman cottage without overwhelming it. We opted to add above the garage in back so as to maintain [...]

Queen Anne Four Square Redux

Home to a young, active family, our intention was to open up the warren of rooms to better accommodate an informal, family-friendly lifestyle. An addition allowed for a big new [...]

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