Situated on a river bench overlooking the Bigwood River, this home appears as a cluster of separate buildings, casually arranged. Each portion actually connects via enclosed porches and breezeways to create a variety of interesting spaces, accommodating the needs of a large and dynamic family. Simple building forms and materials respond to vernacular structures of the region. Solar and geothermal sources provide energy needs with environmental sensitivity.
PROJECT TEAM: Basak Cakici-Adams, Sandrine Carmantrand,
Clark Sather, Kathy Scott, Gregory Warner INTERIORS: Homeowner in collaboration with John Wheatman & Associates LANDSCAPE: Jay Thayer Landscape Architects BUILDER: Engelmann Inc. PHOTOGRAPHY: Cesar Rubio
RECOGNITION: Luxe, Pacific Northwest Edition, Winter 2009 (pdf)