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Cover of Luxe Interiors + Design, Northwest Edition

photo of Stratton House

My portfolio includes many primary residences and vacation homes, including both renovation and new construction. I would be happy to show it to you upon request.

Two projects for which I was responsible while a Senior Associate with Sullivan Conard Architects have recently been featured in local and national publications.

In "Time Honored," Jessee Brattner writes about a Northwest residence designed by Roland Terry in the late 1950s that has been renovated in phases over the past fifteen years. Working with Interior Designer Holly McKinley, the Kitchen, Family Room, Master Suite and Den have all been extensively remodeled, incorporating new materials, finishes, and lighting in a manner sensitive to the home's original character. On the exterior, the Entry and Courtyard have most recently been remodeled, while in past phases a Garage and Mudroom were added, and a terrace and deck were built overlooking Lake Washington. The article was featured on the cover of Luxe Interiors + Design, Pacific Northwest Edition, Summer 2009 and also appeared in Luxe Interiors + Design, National Edition, Summer 2009.

Renovation of the 1902 Stratton residence in Seattle's Denny-Blaine neighborhood was featured in "Harmony Restored" by Larry Kreisman. Designed by noted architects William Boone and James Corner and reportedly built in four months for $7,000, this significant residence was extensively updated by Charter Construction. On the interior, a family Kitchen / Great Room and new Master Suite were created, and finishes and systems throughout the house were upgraded. Outside, new porches were added on the front and rear of the house and over 100 original windows were restored and made weather tight. Working with Landscape Architect Richard Pulkrabek, gardens were redesigned to be compatible with the new shingled exterior. This article appeared in the Fall Home Design issue of Pacific Northwest on October 11, 2009.

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