Mohler + Ghillino Architects

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(206) 218-3992
www.archmg.com

Services Provided
Architecture, Interior Design, Modern Design, Sustainable Design, Kitchen Design, Bath Design, Remodel Design, New Home Design

Areas Served
Seattle, Eastside, Bellevue, Kirkland, Shoreline, Hunt's Point, Bainbridge Island.

Business Description
BEST OF HOUZZ 2014 for both DESIGN and CLIENT SERVICE! We are a small, award winning architectural practice focused on client service, inspired modern design and environmental responsibility. We strive to find an optimal fit between our client’s aspirations, budget and site by working collaboratively with all members of the project team. Our projects, including single and multi-family homes, the adaptive re-use of older commercial buildings and interior design, have been recognized through many awards and publications.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have a project in mind be it large or small or even just to ask us some questions. We'd love to speak with you.

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Certification and Awards
Best of houzz 2014, Built Green member firm / Seattle AIA Honor Awards / Northwest / Pacific Regional AIA Honor Awards / Seattle AIA Home of the Year / Seattle AIA Home of the Month / Seattle / Homes Magazine Home of the Year / Seattle AIA Future Shack / Seattle AIA Project of the Month
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Rick Mohler 
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Address:
911 Western Avenue, Suite 550
Seattle, WA 98104 
Fax:
(206) 709-3080 
License #:
603133174 
yupief reviewed Mohler + Ghillino Architects
I was lucky enough to have Rick Mohler design my custom prefab, which is currently in the midst of being built. He was extremely professional, listened to all my concerns, was very conscious of my ti... Read More
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Ann - thanks for your question. It is a Mesabi Black honed granite from Pental Tile and Stone in Seattle.

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Rick
August 21, 2014 at 5:58AM   
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Thanks for your question. These are aluminum slide/fold doors by Nana Wall. There are several other manufacturers as well including Fleetwood and La Cantina. We are big fans of slide/fold doors and they are quite popular. However, they are expensive. You should assume an installed cost of about $1000/ linear foot of opening.

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Thanks for your question. The base cabinets are faced in a Nevamar plastic laminate called Maritime Gray. The veneer cabinets are rift-cut white oak with a clear finish.

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Living on the Edge of the Wild

When Mother Nature is your neighbor, the possibilities — and responsibilities — can be that much greater Full Story
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Invasive plants are a great trial. As is keeping the water ways free of non native fish species. We struggle with people who try to poach or not abide by the fishing regulations in place. This fall work will start on rebuilding stream bed and water line. Luckily no damage from cattle. We saw a lot of that in the Rockies, although, I believe progress is being made. Akryba your area sounds wonderful. Much of the land around us has been given to the Nature Concervancy. The rest is surrounded by NC State Forest. Can't wait for the fall color.
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We have 6 wooded acres in North Texas. It is overgrown with cedar trees and not good for much, including wildlife, as the cedars strip the soil of nutrients. The previous owner left all sorts of trash in all the ravines and under trees. We have the occasional skunk or possum, and lots of birds, which I love, but that's it. I believe in stewardship. We plan to build a modest home, about 1600 sf. We have been cleaning up trash, removing dead oaks and overcrowded cedars. I planted a mini-orchard and a garden. I am looking into enlarging a small pasture slightly and raising some animals for food. Other than that, I would like to leave most of it alone. We already keep chickens in an old tool shed, which was filled with trash. I would like to keep bees, but my husband is allergic, so that fight is still on. I try to stick with natives for landscaping, and I have rain barrels for my ornamentals around the house. Other than clearing some terribly invasive trees and vines for the house, I think us being here has been an improvement for the ecosystem. I understand what others are saying, and many of their concerns are legitimate, but I do believe there is room for people in the country, if we are sensitive to our surroundings and responsible with our building methods. Also, fellow country dwellers, don't forget that we are moving into the animal's territory, so we need to respect that. I love it out here, and, I'm sorry, but I don't think I can be persuaded to move into some overcrowded urban environment again!
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