This is a small house designed to be prefabricated and used as a weekend retreat in a larger landscape, along the movement of the ‘tiny house’. Large openings on all four sides take advantage of views and allow for natural cross-ventilation. The large deck emerges from one side to act as an extension of the indoor space.
These are schematic renderings of a new home I’m working on in Tetherow here in Bend. The linear design maximizes views of the forest to the west and buffers the home against the road to the east, while providing multiple connections between indoors and out.
This is a new 3000 square foot home in the Tetherow neighborhood of Bend. Designed to fit into the sloping lot and grab views to the west, the home features a great room opening onto a deck for excellent indoor/outdoor living.
This new house will be one of the first in the Saginaw Sunset development off of College Way here in Bend. The home is designed to sit above the street and orient each of the major spaces toward the views of the mountains to the west.
This is a new custom home for a family who has moved over from Portland, designed to take advantage of the sloping lot by locating the main floor upstairs to capture views to the north and east. The sloping shed roof is oriented to the south to enable solar panels to be placed flat on the roof. Large decks make for great indoor/outdoor living at several different parts of the home.
This is an adaptive re-use of an existing office building here in Bend that will be home to BendTech and a magnet for creative startups. The project involves a new entrance of glass, steel, and wood, and a meetup room featuring an overhead door to an outdoor patio. Slated to open this fall.
This will be a new house at Tetherow Lot 52. The house is designed to take advantage of southern exposure and territorial views from the corner lot, with a large wraparound deck to maximize indoor/outdoor connections.
This is a new master suite and carport addition for some dear friends in Spokane, now in construction. The addition attaches via an enclosed bridge to the main level of their home, with a set of stairs leading down to the open carport below. You can follow the owner’s construction sequence photos here.
This is an intensive remodel and addition to an existing home along the Deschutes River on Bend’s west side. A master suite will be added at the upper level facing the river, and the kitchen, dining, living, and guest suite are all being reimagined. You can follow the construction photos here.
The goal of this project was to seamlessly add a new master bedroom to a craftsman style home, while repurposing space within the existing house for a new master bathroom and computer room. Additional upgrades were made to the kitchen and an existing bathroom, and the entire home was rewired with new solar panels added at the roof.
We entered a competition that sought to find solutions for transitional housing for TB patients with AIDS in Haiti, following the devastating earthquake of 2009. Successful recovery from TB requires isolation and good ventilation, so we designed modular units that are separated for isolation but connected by a common courtyard to maintain community. Louvered windows allow for air to ventilate in all four directions, and the modular design allows for simplified, sequential construction.