Thanks to Komo 4 News for featuring one of our kitchen’s on today’s Inside Out with Tami Michaels.
Part of a series of photographs, these shots display some of the color, playfulness and creativity that can be found in our iconic city.
Introducing the newest member of our team, Dave Wong.
This is what building in the Pacific Northwest looks like during the winter... scaffolding big enough to tarp a house and protect it and its soon-to-be second floor addition. Construction of Exposition Heights has begun!
In this Sunday's issue of the Pacific Northwest Magazine, thank you Seattle Times for featuring our Brooks project!
Welcome back, Patrick! Though of course, you never really left us - thankfully!
Color and hue play an important part in architecture because they evoke emotions in people that inhabit a space and define the architectural shape of a building.
With the onset of Fall, we find ourselves spending more time indoors... cooking, hanging out with family and friends. So we thought we'd share a few kitchen remodels that are on the boards.
Brook Bay was selected as a Dwell Editor's Pick!
Looking for tile for your next project? Here is a quick guide to local options...
Floisand Studio (FSA) joins Seattle’s 2030 District—a collaborative of engineers, architects, utilities, businesses, property owners and organizations.
This series of mock-ups of “Il Grifo,” the griffen symbol of Perugia, Italy and artisan roaster Caffe Umbria, explored the use of engraved wood as signage.
They take you up, down and sometimes around. Growing up, the dark wood stairs in my home were narrow and steep. I remember them vividly.
The Rilem Tube test is a simple field test that measures the effectiveness of water repellents on masonry materials.
As an alternative to plywood paneling, we recently designed a series of 3D wood patterns for two of our commercial clients, Pagliacci Pizza and Caffe Umbria.
Thanks realtor.com for featuring Vashon in your recent article about barnchitecture!
A different spin on adaptive reuse, we enjoy using objects in new ways. Cam shafts from a boat for table legs, a gas lamp from Park City for a chandelier.
"There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors." - Jim Morrison
Wallpaper has gotten a bad wrap, but we love to use it.