Completed Commissions

Completed Commissions

Design Commissions – In-Process

  • Summerfelt Residence, Newport Oregon: Schematic Design Phase
  • Lacefield Residence Addition and Remodel, Lane County, Oregon: Design Development Phase
  • Steiner Residence Remodel, Eugene, Oregon: Construction Documents Phase.
  • Vohs Residence, Beavercreek, Oregon: Currently Finished Phase 1.
  • Mulbry Residence, Coburg, Oregon: Phase 1 Currently under construction.
  • Weisensee/Foltz Residence, Dancing Oaks Nursery, Monmouth, Oregon: Construction nearly Finished.
  • McMahon Summer House, Lake Woahink, Florence, Oregon: Currently Finishing Construction Documents.

Design Commissions – Completed

  • Jones Residence Addition and Remodel, Eugene, Oregon, 2009.
  • Moore Residence Addition and Remodel, Eugene, Oregon, 2009.
  • Brewer/Passerotti Residence, Eugene, Oregon, 2009.
  • Abbott Residence Addition and Remodel Part 2, Eugene, Oregon 2009.
  • Gissel Residence Loggia Addition, Eugene, Oregon, 2009.
  • Givens Residence, Addition and Remodel, Eugene, Oregon, 2008.
  • The Farm: A Community of 30 Condominiums and Gardens, Eugene, Oregon, 2008.
  • Boyles/Frye Residence, Swimming Pool Terrace, Pool house, Gatehouse, and Garden Terrace Design, Lane County Oregon, 2008.
  • Hollander Residence Entrance Garden, Garden Wall, and Gate, Eugene Oregon, 2008.
  • Boyles/Frye Residence, Phase II, Lane County, Oregon, 2007.
  • Dunn Residence, Eugene Oregon, 2007.
  • Noble Residence, Lane County, Oregon, 2006.
  • Ahlijian Residence: 2300 sf. A long thin house fitted carefully into a sloping site, this contemporary house features an open post and beam room at its heart that gathers cooking, eating, living, and library together in one well-layered room. 87134 Kellmore Street, Eugene, OR, 2005.
  • G. Serbu Residence: 3800 sf. Poised at the end of a long green open space, this true masonry house integrates a carefully articulated in-between domain of sheltered building edges and formal gardens. 2003.
  • Hollander Residence: 3050 sf. A true post and beam heavy timber house organized around a south facing courtyard and situated on a hill.; 27850 Lady Slipper Lp, Eugene, OR 97405, 2003.
  • Gorski Residence: 3000 sf. This beach home enjoys sunset views of the Olympic mountains on the coast of Whidbey Island in Washington. This house takes much inspiration from vernacular architecture as well as Japanese, and Arts and Crafts influences, 2002.
  • Overgard Residence: 3060 sf. A courtyard house situated in a compact garden landscape; 715 Club Way West, Eugene, OR 97401, 2002.
  • Bradshaw Residence Addition & Remodel: a 900 sf. addition to a 1920’s historic home that involved careful integration of the new wing within a disciplined and limiting roofscape. 1999 Moss St., Eugene, Oregon, 2001
  • Meridian Building: Massive remodel, uniting four existing buildngs/additions into one unified marketplace organized around a public living room. 1801 Willamette Eugene, OR 97403, 2000.
  • Gissel Residence: 3100 sf. Situated on 5 acres of meadow, this contemporary house is anchored by a 3 story tower. Eugene, OR , 1999.
  • Guthrie Residence: 3200 sf. Carved into the slope of the hill with a trellised west-facing terrace, 2952 Summit Sky Blvd. Eugene, OR, 1999.
  • Tinney Residence: 3200 sf. A contemporary home with craftsman details characterized by a simple plan with a living room/kitchen Common Room, and an elegant entry gallery.; 3831 Woodson Court; Eugene, Oregon, 1998
  • McMahon Residence: 4500 sf. A planar stuccoed house emphasizing mass and silhouette, perched on a hillside overlooking the west hills of Eugene, featuring a one room deep plan and noble exterior form; 4335 S. Shasta Loop, Eugene, Oregon, 1997.
  • Cricow Residence: 2700 sf. Craftsman style house with large south-facing roof gardens and trellis, 5158 Solar Heights Eugene, OR 97405, 1997.
  • Davey Residence: 2800 sf. A narrow one room deep farmhouse with detached garage/studio; northwest vernacular, 1818 Suncatcher, Eugene, Oregon, 1997.
  • Tilson Residence: 3600 sf. Heeled into the slope of an east-facing meadow, the rooms of this house string out like the pearls of a necklace leading to a south-facing end room that opens onto a hillside garden. This house also features a guest house nested on top of a 2 1/2 car garage/barn building; 4064 Southpointe, Eugene, Oregon, 1996.
  • Pearson/Hagen Residence: 3000 sf. A craftsman style house that features deep sheltering eaves and a large central farmhouse kitchen/hearth room; 4040 Southpointe, Eugene Oregon, 1996.
  • Koons Residence Addition & Remodel: A major addition of a media/billiards room and weaving studio to an existing house of strong architectural character, 85400 S. Willamette St., Eugene, Oregon, 1996.
  • Two Environmentally Responsible Houses: Two speculative residences featuring environmentally sympathetic construction processes and materials; designed with Rob Thallon, architect; located on the corner of 23rd & Monroe Streets, Eugene, Oregon, 1995 & 1996.
  • Hammon Residence: An extensive addition & remodel of a 1920’s house in an historic university neighborhood; 1114 E. 22nd, Eugene, Oregon, 1996.
  • Faulk Residence: 3200 sf. Tucked into the slope of the hill with a windswept roofscape and trellised west-facing terrace, 1818 Suncatcher, Eugene, Oregon, 1996.
  • Gietter Residence: 4500 sf. A long,thin house that embraces an existing south-facing meadow and wetland; 990 Sundance, Eugene Oregon, 1996.
  • Barnes Residence: 2800 sf. A simple south-facing, one room deep plan that steps down with the contours of the land and opens onto a paved viewing terrace, 1786 Moonshadow, Eugene, Oregon, 1995.
  • Katul Residence: 2700 sf. Organized around a large central room, this house changes the definition of “kitchen”, “dining room”, “living room” by combining them in a tall, richly layerd space. 1803 Suncatcher Way; Eugene, Oregon, 1994.
  • Barnhart Associates Real Estate: Office remodel in historic Soultzl/Westfall duplex: 186 E. 14th, Eugene Oregon, 1993.
  • VanderKley Residence: 3200 sf. A modern hillside house characterized by upper story viewing balconies and a sweeping paved terrace overlooking the valley; 3950 South Ridge Drive; Eugene, Oregon, 1993.
  • Green Residence: 1750 sf. A small house that eliminated market luggage (formal living room, dining room) in favor of a modest open floor plan characterized by a well-appointed farmhouse kitchen; 881 Prescott Lane, Springfield, Oregon, 1992.
  • Kappa Alpha Theta Facade Remodel and Garden Arcade: Features custom designed precast column capitals and unique concrete block detailing; 850 Onyx, Eugene Oregon, 1992.
  • Carpenter/Fulwiler Residence: Addition and remodel with courtyard; craftsman tradition, 2163 Lawrence, Eugene, Oregon, 1992.
  • Robathan Residence: 2750 sf. “Shoehorned” into a very steep site, this house features generous outdoor living terraces and a cascading roofscape, 3654 Lawrence St., Eugene, Oregon, 1991.
  • Rose Residence: 2800 sf. Features generous interior volumes and a master suite nested in a tower; 630 Sky Park Loop, Eugene, Oregon, 1991.
  • Barnhart Residence: 2200 sf. A compact four-square house with library cupola retreat space, located along a wooded hillside; 2005 Shasta Drive, Eugene, Oregon, 1991.
  • Wilken Residence: 4500 sf. Incorporating the bones of a pre-Civil War house that was slated for demolition in North Carolina, this house became a showcase for an extensive collection of primitive colonial antiques pieces; 2370 Park Ridge Lane; Eugene, Oregon, 1990.
  • Woolley Residence: 3600 sf. An eclectic well-crafted true post and beam house that features extensive use of ornamental concrete block and precast concrete elements on the exterior and beautiful clear vertical grain fir detailing on the interior; 1275 Barber Drive, Eugene, Oregon; 1990.
  • Morris/O’Kief Law Offices: Interior design features strong inner-transparency and rich use of materials; 400 Country Club Road, Eugene Oregon, 1990
  • Monroe/Williams Residence: 2800 sf. Features a sculptural exterior form nestled into a wooded hillside of Solar Heights PUD; 157 West 52nd St., Eugene, Oregon, 1989.

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