The Vuecrest community of Bellevue was developed in the 60's and 70's with homes that fit with Northwest contemporary sensibilities. Strict covenants require new homes to blend gracefully with existing homes, and must have gable or hipped roofs that comply with minimum slope requirements, and the general exterior design must be approved by a design board comprised of community members. Our design turned the usual gable roofline that would have gutters along the street face to a broad-shouldered form allowing for high and dramatic interior volumes. Durable exterior materials of concrete, brick, steel, and cedar repeat inside the house, with heated concrete floors, cedar ceilings, steel accents, and first-cut white oak cabinetry.


Gray Magazine, June 2017

HomeDSGN, February 2017

Home Adore, November 2016