Pacific Northwest Architecture

A rustic waterfront retreat unites two spectacular features

On Red Mountain, a winemaking couple create a space that’s both workplace and retreat. They call it their “barn”—and the outlines of Chris and Thea Upchurch’s Red Mountain retreat does reference a farm structure.

This modern Northwest cabin on Herron Island establishes a connection to its natural surrounds with expansive windows, wraparound glass doors, plus a hidden sunken tub that gives the illusion of soaking among the trees

Storms don't scare this Washington state home; breakaway features and waterproof finishes let it weather high winds and waves

In Washington’s North Cascades, a wood-paneled vacation home provides access to views and outdoor activities

A family’s 1940s beachside home on Washington’s Camano Island gets a wheelchair-accessible bathroom and a guest bedroom

Developers have been drooling over Kate Lichtenstein’s property.  Located in a neighborhood filled with small houses, many of which are being torn down, the lot includes her beloved one-story, one-bedroom 1920s bungalow and until recently, a small