Seattle’s Hutchison & Maul Architects designed this Washington State lake house.
The architects were asked to design two conflicting elements, guest/retreat space and family/active space, as close to the lake as code would allow. There was also a desire for lake access from the main residence located up the hillside, and to integrate water-sports storage and a changing/bathing room as part of the family/active space. Finally, it was important that the guest/retreat spaces feel private even when people occupy the family/active space, and of course taking advantage of the view wherever possible was an obvious choice.
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Design Team credits:
Architectural Design Team: Hutchison & Maul (Robert Hutchison, Tom Maul, Joyce Puri, Dustin Stephens
Landscape Architect : Alchemy (Bruce Hinckley) Structural Engineer: Jeff Albert Mechanical Engineer: Rainbow
Associates Civil Engineer: Todd Popelka Interior Design: Hutchison & Maul with Julie Petri
Alan Abramowitz and Hutchison & Maul