ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘single family’


We love it when we score the cover! You may recall our previous blog posts on this project that was constructed last year for developer Cascade Built. In July of 2011 we showed you some artistic renderings, outlining our vision for this innovative new infill project.  Check out this time-lapse video showing the modules as they […]Continue Reading


Another DFA project began construction this week: a whole-house remodel on Queen Anne. Working with The Walton Group, we designed a completely new house within the old envelope. The best feature is the loft kitchen/living area shown to the left. We didn’t skimp on the entry hall either – it will provide a nice experience […]Continue Reading


We’re excited about this DFA project going up now: two new stories atop a daylight basement, with killer views of Puget Sound and Alki Beach. Here’s a shot of the partially framed house from the street: And here’s how the finished project will look: (yes, that’s a roof deck!)Continue Reading


We designed this 4-house development last year and ground has now been broken. It’s right up the hill from the Youngstown Arts Center in West Seattle. (Driving south on Delridge, go left at SW Oregon, then right up the hill, project is on the left). Here’s how the final project will look: Designing this project […]Continue Reading


Alley House 2 is one of the first projects permitted by the City of Seattle under the new Multifamily Housing Code. As an innovative infill project, it adds new housing to an underutilized site and provides an opportunity for sustainable urban living. The structure will feature added insulation and upgraded thermal performance. The lower (alley) […]Continue Reading


This is something you don’t see everyday: a house being lifted up and moved 100 feet from its original location! The house is a beautiful example of mid-century modern design. It was designed by Bob Shields of the firm Tucker and Shields and built in the 50’s in the Lake Hills neighborhood of Bellevue. Because […]Continue Reading