Category 'architecture'

4
Jul

Beacon Hill – Rowhouses

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The existing site was subdivided to accommodate two townhomes and a single family residence on the opposing side. The two sites were designed simultaneously to coherently maximize the square footages according to each household and its needs. Each townhouse unit has an attached garage and a guest room on the ground floor. The second level […]

11
Apr

Design Review Board Welcomes Emily McNichols

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We are happy to announce Emily McNichols’ appointment as a City of Seattle Design Review Board member! Emily is a Senior Project Architect at Grouparchitect and has demonstrated strong leadership and skill in the office. Our team is proud of her achievement and knows that she will be a valuable asset to the members of […]

15
Mar

Capitol Hill Remodel – Completion

A remodel to a home on the east side of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood overlooking the Washington Park Arboretum.  Improvements include updating and repairing the exterior with a new modern façade with durable materials over a rainscreen system, enclosing a covered porch, window and door replacements, a new kitchen and updated finishes and fixtures in […]

7
Mar

Nathan Groth Earns Licensure

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Grouparchitect is proud to announce that another member of our design team has earned licensure this year. Nathan Groth obtained his architectural license for Washington State this past January. We look forward to seeing more projects lead by Nathan. To view Nathan’s current work, click here.

22
Feb

Gavin Erickson Earns Licensure

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Grouparchitect is proud to announce that one of our long standing members has earned his architecture license in Washington State. Gavin Erickson has been with Grouparchitect for 9 years, leading many projects from single family remodels to mixed-use developments. To view more projects Gavin has worked on, click here.

26
Oct

Capitol Hill Apartments – Construction Update – October

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The Capitol Hill Apartments construction team has completed the exterior framing.  Pedestrians are now able to visualize the upcoming structure.  The building’s penthouse level butterfly roof adds a recognizable angular skyline to the neighborhood.The structure is located atop a hill which allows for sweeping views out towards Lake Washington, the Cascade Mountains, and the local […]

5
Oct

Laurelhurst Residence Completion

This beautiful 4,200 square foot new construction custom home reflects the client’s gregarious personality while complementing the established neighborhood of Laurelhurst.  Traditional craftsman style details set the mood, but the space is all modern – with an intuitive flow, creative pallet of modern materials, and clear views across multiple rooms. This residence featured a 1700 […]

28
Sep

Capitol Hill Remodel – Construction Update

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Improvements include updating and repairing the exterior with a new modern façade with durable materials over a rainscreen system, enclosing a covered porch, window and door replacements, a new kitchen and updated finishes and fixtures in the home’s bathroom. The construction team has been proficiently working through the summer to complete the exterior work before […]

15
May

Capitol Hill Apartments – Construction Update – April

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Our Capitol Hill Apartment complex has made a lot of progress since our last update.  Our design team was able to go down to the site to witness the construction process and document the project’s progress over a couple weeks.The foundation work is complete and the lower level is beginning to take form.  The foundation walls […]

16
Apr

Elford Kitchen Remodel

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Our Elford Remodel project has been a series of incremental exterior and interior renovations.  The most recent phase, a kitchen remodel, has recently been completed.  The house is located in the Broadview neighborhood in northwest Seattle with a beautiful view overlooking the Puget Sound.The breakfast nook allows views on all three sides while maximizing natural light.  […]

3
Apr

Phinney Ridge Prefab – On Site Construction

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The Phinney Ridge pre-fab home has seen a lot of changes over the past 2 months. Since our last update the rest of the fiber cement boards were placed on the front façade of the home. Construction of the front porch has begun, the framing, roof, and railings are in place. The driveway and retaining walls […]

27
Mar

Phinney Ridge Modular Construction Time Lapse

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The prefab collaboration with Method homes was pieced together in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle. This Option series house was custom built over the last few months and it was erected in the month of January 2015. We have documented the process of this prefabricated home in our previous blog posts. The time lapse […]