The Surly Crab is a modern beach house located on Hood Canal in Washington state. Views to the west take in the waterway and the Olympic Mountains. Inland from the home is a lush forest with ferns, native rhododendrons, madrona, and fir trees.
The Surly Crab
Hood Canal, Seabeck, Washington, USA
Aldo Beach House transforms a 1940s beach house into a new multi-generational home—doubling the livable area while lightly touching the delicate ecology of the waterfront. Two shifting wings hover over the hillside and beach supported by thin steel columns and pin piles.
Aldo Beach House
Hood Canal, WA, USA
A series of family cabins hidden in the forest, overlooking Washington's Hood Canal and inspired by the native killdeer bird. The retreat is an expression of ‘tactile modernism’, connecting the family to the sensation and physical experiences of the Puget sound ecosystem.
Hood Cliff Retreat
Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape
Hood Canal, Hansville, WA