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Travelers seek lounges as an escape from the anxiety, noise, and commotion of the concourse. Alaska Airlines sought to transform the lounge typology from an exclusive haven for business travelers to a warm, welcoming space where all guests can find refuge—to relax, work, refuel, and connect.
Project name
Alaska Airlines Lounge at SeaTac International Airport
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
SeaTac, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue, Ross Eckert, Alaska Airlines
This residence was shaped by the site – an open meadow surrounded by mature evergreen trees. The building is tucked up to the northern edge of the meadow allowing maximum southern light to the pavilion style main living space. A new drive is woven through the mature trees along the western edge, obscuring the home and meadow from visitors until the...
Project name
Wake Robin
Architecture firm
Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects (pbwarchitects.com)
Location
Bainbridge Island, WA, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue Photography (andrewpogue.com)
Tongass Ledge sits gently perched over the Alaskan shore. Overlooking inlet waters and balanced at the edge of a rock wall, two volumes at a subtle angle capture the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Project name
Tongass Ledge
Architecture firm
Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects
Location
Ketchikan, Alaska, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
A waterfront house opens to big mountain views and creates seamless indoor-outdoor connections on multiple levels. This new house is located in Western Washington on the Key Peninsula in a small township named Home. The waterfront site is located on the south end of Puget Sound and angles towards an incredible view of Mount Rainier beyond.
Project name
Home House
Architecture firm
GO'C
Location
Home, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
Located on Orcas Island, the Boathouse stands foremost as a threshold between water and land, an idea it embraces literally by providing upland access to those arriving by boat or seaplane, and figuratively through its location and form. It straddles the elements, providing an entryway as well as a dramatic spot for a morning cup of coffee or a cra...
Project name
Boathouse
Architecture firm
Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects (pbwarchitects.com)
Location
San Juan Islands, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue (andrewpogue.com), Taj Howe (tajhowe.com)
The clients were living on a rural property east of Seattle but found themselves drawn back to the growing vibrancy and culture of the city.
Project name
Helen Street House
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
This 2,900-square-foot home in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood was designed for an active couple looking for a strong connection to the outdoors, access to daylight, and a clear open plan. Their goal was to have a modest house within walking distance of neighborhood amenities that creatively solves the puzzle of openness and privacy on an urban lot...
Project name
Magnolia Residence
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue
Located on 35 acres outside of Whitefish Montana, the Stillwater residence sits at the edge of a field along the Stillwater River. Meant as a second home for quiet retreats as well as larger gatherings, eventually the clients plan to move in permanently to take advantage of the scenery, outdoor activities, and remoteness of the rural site.
Project name
Stillwater
Architecture firm
Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects (pbwarchitects.com)
Location
Whitefish, Montana, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue (andrewpogue.com)