Eggleston|Farkas Architects is a small collaborative practice specializing in modern architectural design. Our award-winning residential & commercial projects - both new and remodeled - have been called "sleek, aesthetic, and highly livable - contemporary designs that remain sensitive to the Northwest." We strive for each of our projects to respond to the owners' needs, the special character of the site & climate, as well as the everyday realities of building codes, construction practices, and costs. This personal attention to aspiration & budget, concept & detail, imagination & reality, allows us to create work that is "rigorously legible, a modest and elegant expression in an exciting but calm and disciplined voice."

Service Provided
Full service modern architectural design, from site selection and feasibility analysis, design and construction documents, permit submittals, and through the construction phase.

Area Served
Seattle & vicinity, San Juan Islands, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, and beyond.

Certification and Awards
fab40: Wallpaper*
Top 50 NW Architects: NW Home
Seattleā€™s Top Architects: NW Home+Garden
Seattle 100: SH&L
Honor|Merit|Citation Awards: AIA Seattle+NW&Pacific
Home of the Year: SH&L
House of the Month: ArchitecturalRecord.com
Sustainable & Residential Awards: ECCA
Contact: Eggleston|Farkas Architects
Location: 1821 Tenth Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
Commented: I like the backsplash protecting the stairway. What is it made of? It's blackened steel. The angle in this photo might help: http://www.houzz.com/photos/114849/Cavehill-modern-living-room-seattle
November 1, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: steel for interior use It depends on the level of wear and care you want to deal with. For these stairs, Penetrol was used. It's an oil with a drying agent. For a table, you'd probably need to reapply occasionally, and the...
October 21, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: How tall is your shelf to the counter tops? The countertop is at 3'-0" The space to the bottom of the shelf is 2'-3". I'd recommend mocking this up to see if it works for you.
August 1, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Eggleston Farkas Architects commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: I like the backsplash protecting the stairway. What is it made of?
November 1, 2014
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October 28, 2014
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