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In the Works…

December 19, 2016 12:41 pm

Happy Holidays from TJP

From all of us at the Johnson Partnership, we wish you and yours a warm and festive holiday season!

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November 29, 2016 11:26 am

Carleton Park Remodel Part of Magnolia Home Tour

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This weekend we were pleased as Christmas punch to see one of our projects featured in Pacific NW Magazine. This 1924 Tudor-style home has been selected as part of the Magnolia Holiday Home Tour. We renovated the house to adapt it to a contemporary lifestyle while preserving original details and taking full advantage of the sweeping views of Elliott Bay.

We were happy to partner with the interior design firm of Jennifer Randall & Associates throughout the house, including the kitchen, library, and the dramatic Art Deco-inspired powder room.

Read the whole article and see a slideshow of the house here.

Learn more about the Magnolia Holiday Home Tour and purchase tickets to the December 3rd event here.

 

Track the progress of the project on our blog, from initial demolition in July of 2013 to finishing touches in November 2014.

The Carleton Park Remodel gets underway

Carleton Park project progressing, framing has begun

What will the neighbors think?

Has anything changed?

Better signage

Framing is nearly complete

Windows!

Remodel Exposed!

The exterior is starting to look like a house again

Floors are being finished

Final stages for the Carleton Park Remodel

Carleton Park remodel is nearing completion!

Owners to move in – ready or not here we come!

So many wonderful rooms

The Magnolia Addition and Remodel is finished!

With numerous photos of the finished project here.

November 21, 2016 2:42 pm

Keep your eyes open

to see one of our projects featured in the Pacific Northwest Magazine supplement in the Seattle Times, this Sunday Nov. 27th!
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November 2, 2016 10:44 am

ON NEWS STANDS NOW!

Look for Howard Miller’s byline in the Fall/Winter 2016 issue of Fine Homebuilding “Kitchens and Baths, Remodels with Style” (page 38).

One of our projects, featured in Fine Homebuilding Magazine.

One of our projects, featured in Fine Homebuilding Magazine.

October 27, 2016 11:38 am

La Casa del Gato

Just in time for Halloween, a remodel that was completed last month for a family in West Seattle.

The clients wanted a place to sit outside and be connected with the neighborhood so we enlarged their existing front porch.img_4214

The original layout of the main floor of their house was cramped and poorly utilized. We opened the living room to the kitchen, added a fireplace flanked by bookcases and windows, and enlarged the kitchen and replaced the old dining room with a pantry and eating nook.  We also added windows to the west wall of the house to get more afternoon sun.

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The old entry door opened into a small foyer that faced a landing for the main stairs so we relocated the front door and reconfigured the main stairs to create a more gracious entry. We even found room for a new coat closet

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October 25, 2016 4:41 pm

Just in time for the rains…

The foundations are complete for this addition and the affected portions of the interior have been completely opened up. Next they will be framing — inside and out.

The siding has been removed and the house is ready for the addition to be framed.

The siding has been removed and the house is ready for the addition to be framed.

Temporary lighting is up. this is the location of a bump-out for a window seat and covered deck beyond.

Temporary lighting is up. this is the location of a bump-out for a window seat and covered deck beyond.

The owner is living in the home during the remodel! This is the temporary kitchen.

The owner is living in the home during the remodel! This is the temporary kitchen. (looks like a shop…)

October 12, 2016 4:28 pm

Passive/Active Solar Home Nears Completion on Whidbey Island

With the weather report warning of incoming rainstorms, we took advantage of the beautiful fall day to visit one of our designs under construction on Whidbey Island. It is getting close to completion, and the owners should be moving in some time in the next month.

All the main rooms face to the southwest

All the main rooms face the southwest.

The main entry of the ouse is from the Northeast, well protected from the prevailing winds.

The main entry of the house is on the northeast, well protected from prevailing winds.

The house is oriented to the west southwest for passive solar, and the garage roof is due south for the photovoltaics.

The house is oriented to the west-southwest for passive solar, and the garage roof angles due south for the photovoltaics.

The master bathroom has a large tub and exterior access to a private deck and outdoor shower.

The master bathroom has a large tub and exterior access to a private deck and outdoor shower.

The kitchen has maple cabinets and is open to the main room.

The kitchen has maple cabinets and is open to the main room.

Larry relaxing on the patio.

Larry relaxing on the patio.

With stunning views, a large overhang and a built in bench the patio will see lots of use.

The patio enjoys a large overhang, built-in poured concrete bench, and stunning views of the Olympic Mountains.

September 27, 2016 10:36 am

A small addition can make a big difference.

This small addition in the green lake neighborhood has just begun and will not be visible from the street. It is not about street appeal. This small addition provides space for a master suite and guest bedroom. But, beyond adding living space, this addition also adds enough optimally oriented roof space for 27 photovoltaic solar panels. They will generate enough power to fully offset the power consumed in the house and charge their electric vehicle. Seattle is going green, one remodel at a time.

The guest bedroom will have its own exterior door for private access.

The guest bedroom will have its own exterior door for private access.

The foundation walls are complete and slab reinforcing placed. nearly ready for the next concrete pour.

The foundation walls are complete and slab reinforcing placed. nearly ready for the next concrete pour.

September 23, 2016 9:41 am

Heading for Newsstands!

We’re happy to report that a remodeling project we completed last year has been selected for inclusion in Fine Homebuilding‘s annual Kitchens & Baths issue! The owners of this Laurelhurst home wanted an open kitchen that was better integrated with the dining and living areas, and enjoyed the stunning westward views of the Olympic Mountains. We created a functional and family-friendly kitchen, with details like a custom light fixture, elegant penny tile, and sliding doors that conceal storage and office space.

The issue with the full story of the remodel will appear in the next few weeks. Until then, you can read about the home’s progress here: How to live through a kitchen remodel
See images of the finished space here: Laurelhurst Remodel

 

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September 21, 2016 4:04 pm

Progress on Freeland Residence

This new home is progressing. With the exterior work finishing up, the interior finishes are in full swing.

The large overhangs protect the home from heat gain on our long summer days.

The large overhangs protect the home from heat gain on our long summer days.

The gas fireplace works even when the power goes out and is capable of heating most of the house.

The gas fireplace works even when the power goes out and is capable of heating most of the house.

The front door is recessed for protection and accented with a shed roof.

The front door is recessed for protection and accented with a shed roof.

The Mahogany ceiling and wall create a warm welcoming feeling.

The Mahogany ceiling and wall create a warm welcoming feeling.