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Whidbey Island Residence

This Whidbey Island Residence is configured as two perpendicular “bars,” each backed against a concrete wall.  With a minimal set of materials, the formal elements are positioned and detailed to expose, contrast and articulate differences.  The principal structural elements of the home are exposed.  We built board-formed concrete wall that were case with 3-inch rigid insulation inside to forma thermal break – yet keep the exposed appearance of the concrete surface on both the interior and the exterior.  The house includes heated concrete slab floors, exposed timber framing, custom built steel brackets/stringers/rails on the exposed staircase along with a freestanding Rumford fireplace that is constructed of exposed concrete block.

Project Detail + New Home Construction

Highlights +

  • Rumford Fireplace
  • Windows by Northwest Wood Window Works
  • Fixtures include Dornbracht, Chicago, Elkay, Kohler and American Standard

 

E. Cobb Architects; Eric Cobb, Project Architect
Photo Credit: Paul Warchol Photography

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