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Surrounded by the world’s most high-tech fruit packing warehouses, the 16,500-square-foot Washington Fruit & Produce Co. headquarters is conceived as an oasis amidst a sea of concrete and low-lying brush landscape. Tucked behind landforms and site walls, this courtyard-focused office complex provides a refuge from the noise and activity of the indu...
Project name
Washington Fruit & Produce Co. Headquarters
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Yakima, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott, Jenn LaFreniere
The restaurant takes its name, Samara, from the winged fruit of maple trees that twirls like a helicopter. That attention to nature find its counterpart in the design of the restaurant. Inside, rich earth tones dominate, bringing to mind a tranquil wooded understory.
Project name
Samara Restaurant
Architecture firm
Mutuus Studio
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott, Mutuus Studio-Saul Becker
Located on a rural site on Whidbey island, a local family sought a new home and retreat on their family farm. Out of respect for turn-of-the-century agricultural buildings on the property, the home tucks into the edge of a densely forested hillside, overlooking chicken sheds, a weathered red barn, cattle fields, and a fishing pond.
Project name
Whidbey Island Farm Retreat
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Whidbey Island, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
Originally built as a modest beachfront cabin in the 1960s, and subsequently modified through a series of piecemeal renovations, by the time our client acquired the house its design integrity had long ceased to exist. The forested property, however, was ideally suited to the creation of a quiet refuge with direct connections to nature.
Project name
Lakeside Residence
Architecture firm
Graham Baba Architects
Location
Mercer Island, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
Inhabiting a wave-like landform just outside Walla Walla, Alton Wines nestles itself into an existing cove that is formed by the surrounding vineyards. A long drive from the county road traces the existing vineyards which are carved into the natural terrain. The site itself is an untouched pocket amongst farm land.
Project name
Alton Wines
Architecture firm
GO’C
Location
Walla Walla, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
Designed by Kristen Becker of Seattle-based Mutuus, the Hollywood Hills House clients—an actor/director couple—are design enthusiasts; the eclectic interior furnishings reflect their broad interests. This is the second project Becker has designed for these clients (the first was a loft apartment in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City). In add...
Project name
Hollywood Hills House
Architecture firm
Mutuus Studio
Location
Los Angeles, California
Photography
Kevin Scott
The new home increases in size and maintains scale by going vertical to seamlessly blend in with neighboring historic and eclectic homes. Montalba Architects completed construction on Founding Principal David Montalba’s personal residence thoughtfully designed around a vertical courtyard concept.
Project name
Vertical Courtyard House
Architecture firm
Montalba Architects
Location
Santa Monica, California, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
A glass house in the Mexican desert, twenty minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, Casa Etérea sits on the slope of an extinct volcano. The sustainably-built dwelling is encased in mirrored panels, reflecting the changing light that illuminates its rugged landscape.
Project name
Casa Etérea
Location
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Photography
Kevin Scott, Prashant Ashoka, Estudio Mavix