Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects
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One of two houses set side by side in a park like setting in a suburban neighborhood. The houses are arranged to take advantage of an extensive garden and the salmon stream that runs through the property. Curved roofs and similar exterior materials help establish a relationship between the two houses. The building and landscape design are intended to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces. They are built from a unique concrete building block manufactured from wood chip fibers which allows the building envelope to remain vapor permeable. Healthy home materials and practices are used throughout the both houses.
Project Year: 2005
Country: United States
Zip Code: 98007
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