Project Type: Renovation
Completion: Summer 2018
Project size: 3,458 SF
Location: Edmonds, WA
Recognition: AIA SWW Merit Award 2019
Seattle Magazine - March 2020 “Bringing A Ranch-Style Home to Panoramic Heights”
Seattle AIA Home of Distinction 2020
Add Luxe Magazine - RED Awards 2019 - "Regional Winner-Best Renovation"
The fondest memories of their home for two empty-nesters were afternoons spent with their children on the west-facing desk and taking in the territorial Olympic Mountain views from their driveway. With that in mind, Ferguson Architecture focused on pointed, impactful changes to the plan and envelope to create an indoor-outdoor environment and transform the home from dated contemporary to uncluttered modernism.
Openings along the west facade were replaced with aluminum-clad wood glazing systems, including an oversized sliding panel assembly at the living room. Matching openings and a custom door replaced the existing front entry, while relocating a bulky foyer closet created an uninterrupted view from the front door to Puget Sound. Stained cedar siding, concrete panel rainscreens, and dark paint transformed the exterior.
Ben Ferguson, Principal-in-Charge
Caela McKeever, Interior Architect
Christian Truscinski, Project Designer
Burt Lockhart, Principal
Jesse Bacon, Superintendent
Brian Messina, Project Manager
Gary Steinle, Lead Carpenter
Swenson Say Faget:
Ryan Reichman, Structural Engineer
PIVOT Custom Metal:
Molding Mud Custom Concrete: