After many years in San Luis Obispo, we head up to the Willamette Valley to build our own home.
Rocks, rock shelves, and bedrock call for piers and a steel foundation.
Main living space is on the first floor, with a sunny office and master suite on the second-floor mezzanine.
If you've ever hung your own concrete siding, you'll know why we're not quite finished here.
The house is full of windows, to provide welcome, fill rooms with natural light, and help make the best use of Oregon's limited amounts of sunshine.
Our golden retriever, Maggie, loves the staircase.
Each unit entered through a private patio courtyard with varied facades.
Twin custom studio apartments designed for a young professional (both units leased prior to construction being completed).
Vaulted ceilings, knotty pine paneling builtin shelving and decorative fireplaces made these studios a must have.
High density projects with central open green space with parking restricted to perimeter of project provided softer view corridors for individual buildings.
High density workforce housing requires ample green space for softer view corridors and indivdual privacy.