Tim Andersen Architect


Services Provided
We offer homeowners design consultations and master plans to identify what changes will make the most sense for their house and budget. This is a small office, and we provide personalized service from initial ideas through constuction. To learn more, see "About Us" at www.TimAndersenArchitect.com

Areas Served
Seattle metro and beyond

Business Description
We design new traditional houses and accessory buildings that are historically convincing, yet well adapted for life today. We also design renovations and seamless additions for houses of all periods and styles. Our emphasis is to preserve original character while meeting current needs. Check out our Houzz Ideabooks: Recovery of Craft, Creating a Homestead, Living in the Garden, Cottage Kitchens, and more.

Certification and Awards
Tim is a registered architect PLLC in Washington State. Recent awards are "2012 Wallingford Design Award" for a bungalow renovation in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood and "2014 Best of Houzz" design and service awards.
Location:
Seattle, WA US 
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Seattle, Washington,
United States, 98115 
License #:
WA 5730, CA C19164 
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There have been many requests for paint colors, so they are identified in photo captions
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Thanks, these are 1" bluestone pavers installed over concrete slab.
April 6, 2014 at 5:06pm   
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Well, if you include the bead and the crown you do get 7 5/8" overall for the head casing, but the flat is still 5 1/2". Looks taller because of the narrower side casing.
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Thanks. Proportions are very nice.
March 27, 2014 at 1:38pm   
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Sure, this color is Benjamin Moore HC-8, "Dorset Gold." Same color was used in the bath, so when seen through high windows the pitched ceilings appear continuous.
March 25, 2014 at 11:47am      Thanked by Tracy MacEachern
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Review by Ivonne Villacis:

We contacted Tim to come to our home for a quick consultation to assess the potential of our home and the possible solutions for our problem areas. Tim was on ...
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The questions Tim asked in the beginning of the project set the tone for a good 2 way conversation to gather my wants and needs for this project and for a futur...
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Review by jmcerqui:

Tim Andersen is an amazing architect. He has a genuine passion for older homes, including craftsman homes. He is honest, reliable, prompt, precise, and genu...
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We recently purchased a 1925 colonial revival home -- run down, but with many great old features still intact and needing restoration. We asked Tim to design bo...
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We interviewed several architects as we made the decision to remodel our home, a 1900 Craftsman bungalow. When we asked about their vision for the project, it ...
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