Thanks to all of our wonderful clients, builders, trade partners, friends, and family for helping make 2013 a great year! Here at H2D Architecture + Design we had an exciting year of designing a wide range of project types.
-New custom home in West Seattle
-Whole house remodels in Woodway, Shoreline and Seattle
-Bathroom remodel for a house protected by the Historic Register
-Second story additions in Magnolia, Seattle, and Kirkland
-Additions to several homes around Seattle and Innis Arden
-House lift projects in Capital Hill and Greenlake area
-Interior design for the new Alibi Room in Greenwood
…and several more!
Enjoy the photos of our year in review!
Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2014!
Photo credits: Chad Coleman Photography and H2D Architecture + Design
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Join us on Saturday, April 27th from 11-5pm for the Northwest Green Home Tour. H2D Architecture + Design’s Backyard Artist’s studio is featured on the tour. The studio is located in the quiet north Seattle neighborhood of Broadview at 11509 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133.
Green features include: Built Green Certification, Rain screen siding assembly, salvaged materials, recycled content tile, zero voc paints, and much more.
More information about the tour and a listing of the other locations on the tour, can be found at: https://www.ecobuilding.org/guild-chapters/seattle/green-home-tour The tour is free and open to the public.
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H2D Architecture + Design has been working closely with an Innis Arden family on a major whole house remodel and addition project. They recently purchased the home after it being a rental for many years. The home has great potential – fabulous large site, sweeping views of the Puget Sound, and good original construction to build from. The design goals are to add a master suite with a deck overlooking the Puget Sound, new kitchen, powder room, additional bathroom, and reconfigure the existing spaces on the lower floor. This active family spends much of their time outdoors, so creating a connection to the outdoors is critical in this project.
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Construction has begun on the Seattle Green Custom Home! Follow the progress as we go from deconstruction to a beautiful new home. We will be posting with the most recent at the top of this post…so be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the before photo! Learn more about the design process…
- Portions of the existing foundation are being reused for the new home.
- Salvage companies came first to strip the house of useable building materials: windows, fixtures, furnace, and flooring.
- Friends also salvaged some items to use in other projects: flooring, drawers, and paneling
- Items were salvaged for reuse in the new house: appliances, fixtures, stone, and some cable.
- The remainder of the house was demolished and recycled at a commingled recycling center with a recycling rate of 85%.