Al Terry Architecture
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Al Terry Architecture got its start when friends asked for a design for a new home for their growing family. Since then most of our work has been custom residential projects in the Puget Sound region.

When we work on a custom home project with a client we try to accomplish three goals: create a place of refuge that fits the land (site); create a place of beauty that inspires; and balance the client's needs with their budget while treading lightly on the earth.

Services Provided
Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, House Plans, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Beacon Hill, Bellevue, Burien, Kirkland, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Mercer Island, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, Seattle, Vashon

Certifications and Awards
City of Redmond Outstanding Design Award
Certified Sustainable Building Adviser
LEED AP Certified
NCARB Certified
Contact: Al Terry
Location: 4609 S Snoqualmie St
Seattle, WA 98118
License Number: WA 5516, CO 2696
Typical Job Costs: $10,000 - $500,000
Architectural Design Fees Only (does not include cost of construction) Call or Email for Initial Consultation
Commented: who fabricate the atrium on your incredible beautiful roof? This home doesn't actually have a skylight. The windows on this home are made by Marvin. This home features a band of clearstory windows that wrap around the great room bringing natural daylight into...
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Commented: Island Bench The countertop is a grey granite and the cabinets are anigre veneer plywood.
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Commented: I love this kitchen! Specifically what is the countertop material? Its a grey granite sourced from Pental. Natural stone selection is always different from one slab to another so you'll need to find a local stone supplier to select what you want.
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Commented: Sliding Door Sliding doors and all of the windows are made by Marvin.
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Commented: great front door. size? manufacturer? The door selection was changed by the Owner during construction so not certain of all the exact specifics. The door itself is 40" wide x 84" tall with a 3/4 lite (glass is 3/4 of the door)....
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Commented: Faucet? I do not know what brand of faucet this was - I was not involved in the selection of it.
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