Scott Becker | Architect
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Forest Cottages

Six detached homes designed for a cottage community north of Seattle. The project's transitional aesthetic took influence from local 19th century farm dwellings built by Scandinavian homesteaders, combined with warm finishes and textures from Nordic and Southeast Asian modernism. Innovative low impact development site design techniques, sustainable finishes, and 'found object' architecture were recognized by Seattle Magazine and AIA Seattle.
Project Year: 2007
Project Cost: $1,000,001 - $1,500,000
Country: United States
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A covered exterior room helps this 1,100 SF cottage live large. Sozinho Imagery
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Exposed floor structure ceiling & uspended built-ins at aluminum column: Sozinho Imagery
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Corner glazing at kitchen: Sozinho Imagery
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Combining three different species & grades of wood for richness & texture: Sozinho Imagery
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'Bypass' wood architecture: Sozinho Imagery
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