Sunset Hill: Diary of a New Build


A search for light pushed Julia Kuskin and Joel Bell to look for a new place—one, ideally, with two floors above ground so the couple could move their home offices out of the basement… View the PDF.

Sunset Hill: Despite tight budget, contemporary home came out great

Pacific NW Magazine

“This home of light and views, designed by architect Chris Serra, was built on a supertight budget…” Read the Article.

DADU: Future Shack 2010/ Homes for a Lifetime of Living

AIA Future Shack Award Winner/The Seattle Times

“This is truly the future of the future, and it sets a fine example….” Read the Article.

A Hat Island home is built for tranquillity

The Seattle Times

“The beachfront pavilion is low and open: living, dining, kitchen. The two-story bunkhouse behind it is a contemporary den for sleeping and reading: five bedrooms….” Read the Article.

Hat Island Residence: The Natural


“There are two distinct buildings comprising the home: a single-level, glass-festooned kitchen and dining space for public gathering, and a more enclosed, two-story private structure with sleeping quarters.” View the PDF.

Locke Residence: Let it Float

Seattle Metropolitan Magazine

“For two Seattle architects, updating a Paul Kirk split-level meant honoring an artist in transition—and keeping the owner happy, too.” Read the Article.

Olympic Peninsula cabin feels both contemporary and traditional

Pacific NW Magazine

A Seattle guy with a traditional bent hired his old pal to design a getaway cabin on the Olympic Peninsula… Read the Article.

Olympic Escape

Seattle Homes & Lifestyles

Seattle architect Greg Bjarko crafts a family-oriented weekend home that can serve as a quiet escape or can host a crowd… View the PDF.

AIA Home of the Month: Rambler Redo

Seattle Magazine NW Home

“…the owners dreamed of creating a signature look blending contemporary Northwest design elements with Asian influences.“ Read the Article.

Fuoco Liu Residence: The Basement Steps Out Into the Light

New York Times

“There, in place of a dank warren of concrete walls, a washer and dryer, and cluttered storage, they now have a serene bedroom and a bathroom trimmed in green tile and Douglas fir.” Read the Article.