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February 8, 2017 11:13 am

A new roof for the deck

The previous roof was lower, had less slope, and accumulated pine needles which caused it to rot. We replaced it with a steeper pitched, lower profile roof system. It will get painted in warmer weather….

A skylit deck roof on a Tudor style half timber home.

A skylit deck roof on a Tudor style half timber home.

The roof silhouetted in the morning sun.

The roof silhouetted in the morning sun.

The low profile glazing system should allow the pine needles to blow off the roof more easily.

The low profile glazing system should allow the pine needles to blow off the roof more easily.

All the bright wood will be painted to match the existing dark trim.

All the bright wood will be painted to match the existing dark trim.

August 20, 2014 3:54 pm

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

The upper floors are nearly finished with several items left to be finished in the next few weeks, but the owners are moving in this weekend — ready or not.

The large picture windows really take advantage of the tremendous views

The large picture windows really take advantage of the tremendous views.

The kitchen now extends to the view side of the house

The kitchen now extends to the view side of the house.

The classic craftsman frieze really brings atmosphere to the library

The classic craftsman frieze really brings atmosphere to the library.

The wall paper in the powder room coordinates beautifully with the tile

The wall paper in the powder room coordinates beautifully with the tile.

March 26, 2014 3:22 pm

Scaffolding to be removed once the stucco is complete

The insulation and exterior stucco are being installed. All the plumbing and electrical has been roughed in. It will be ready for interior gypsum wall board soon.

Stucco being installed with final color.

Stucco being installed with final color.

Master shower and master tub.

Master shower and master tub.

Original entry roof bracket being reconditioned.

Original entry roof bracket being reconditioned.

February 18, 2014 2:36 pm

Remodel Exposed!

The white wrap has been removed (the wind kept removing it anyway). Stucco should begin this weekend when the weather improves.

You can see the house form again now that the wrap has been removed.

You can see the house form again now that the wrap has been removed.


The chimneys will need a metal top to conceal the new flue terminations.

The chimneys will need a metal top to conceal the new flue terminations.


The arch over the kitchen door has been located to facilitate stucco installation.

The arch over the kitchen door has been located to facilitate stucco installation.


The two diamond pane windows in the top floor office.

The two diamond pane windows in the top floor office.

January 3, 2013 12:34 pm

A Tudor balcony unveiled.

The scaffolding was recently removed from this extensive and well crafted remodel. Historically, Tudor style homes typically do not have balconies. This design adds a balcony in a style consistent with the existing home; it could be mistaken as original to the house. Thank you to Ken and Diamond Wall Finishes for their fine craftsmanship.

The porch cantilevers out from the house for Lake Washington views.

The balcony cantilevers out from the house for Lake Washington views.

The beautifully detailed brackets are decorative as the porch is supported with a steel moment frame.

The beautifully detailed brackets are decorative as the balcony is supported with a steel moment frame designed by Gary at Swenson Say Faget.

The quatrefoil guard rail was custom made by OB Williams right here in Seattle.

The quatrefoil guard rail was custom made by OB Williams right here in Seattle.

THis added porch provides expansive views to Lake Washington.

This added balcony provides expansive views to Lake Washington.

 

January 31, 2012 5:00 pm

Denny Blaine Tudor Balcony

These are the latest photos from one of our projects located in the Denny Blaine neighborhood in Seattle. The clients wanted to add an L-shaped balcony to the second floor of their Tudor style home.

Their requirements were that there couldn’t be any columns to support the balcony from below, the Sun Room located on the main floor of the house couldn’t be disturbed, and they wanted access to the balcony from their Master Bedroom.

Working with structural engineer Gary MacKenzie at Swenson Say Faget, we designed a solution that used a steel frame that would support the new balcony and have minimal impact on the interior of the house. The steel beams are covered so that the final balcony looks appropriate to the original Tudor style house.

Detail of the underside of the new balcony. The brackets are decorative only.

Close up of the new brackets.

In addition to the balcony, we're also replacing the windows in the upstairs Master Bedroom, one of which becomes a pair of doors

April 12, 2011 11:21 am

Porch Addition Underway

The owners have made a ceramic model of the project – Cool!
The foundations will be formed and poured within a week. Then the framing begins.

A ceramic model of the remodeled home done by the owners.


The demolition is done, foundations within a week.

March 29, 2011 12:17 pm

Construction to begin on Loyal Heights Addition

Here is a view of the house as it exists today, and a rendering of what will be built. There will also be a dormer on the back expanding the bathroom.

THis view is from last March


This rendering is from the Permit Documents.

October 11, 2010 9:02 am

Ambleside Hall published in the Seattle Times Pacific Northwest Magazine

You can view the article at: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/pacificnw/2012956255_pacificploveless10.html
You can see even more photos and a time-lapse of the construction on our site – Under the architecture pull down, choose remodels; its called Ambleside Remodel and Addition. Additionally you can find more on the cabana in the new homes section; its called – Ambleside Cabana