Thanks to Cascade Joinery, who did the timber work on our “Cedar Haven” project in Carnation, Wash., for highlighting Gelotte Hommas Architecture in its blog post “It’s in the Details.” The post champions the detailed craftsmanship demonstrated by both Cascade Joinery and Gelotte Hommas in the collaborative home project, built by Hamish Anderson Custom Homes, and sites our firm as producing some of its favorite designs. What can we say? We keep good company. Thanks again, Cascade Joinery!
Here’s a peek at the synergy we achieved in creating this timber-framed balcony:
Check out more photos and details about “Cedar Haven”, a sophisticated 8,500 square-foot woodland retreat, featuring:
- trees, petrified stumps, stones, branches, and other found objects forming organic undertones
- sculptural entry stairway
- hidden three-car garage
- custom-designed artistic glass wall divide