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4. 5. 6. New opening Line of loft above Roof below New dormer Full height wall Beams below New materials complement the old, with reclaimed beams mediating between the existing structure and the addition, while visually echoing the surrounding woods beyond. 015 A peninsula kitchen works like a kitchen with an island, except that the island is connected to the kitchen. Its compact layout makes it a good space-saver, since it requires less clearances than kitchens with islands. It may seem the hardest space to deal with, but it lends itself to smart storage solutions, including open shelving and pullout drawers.
Emphasis was put on the unique character of wood as a versatile building material that allows an honest expression of the building. 019 A limited material and color selection promotes a unified design, and the use of large openings that visually and physically connect interior and exterior contribute to the integration of the building with the landscape.
Choose low furniture to enhance an open feeling. 008 Enjoy the views all year round with seating arrangements along a wall with big windows. To prevent sunlight damage to furniture and fabrics, use low-E glass to limit the amount of UV rays passing through the windows. Dominant materials include vertical cedar siding; Douglas fir-framing details, including doors and windows; locally milled Douglas fir floors; vertical grain-fir veneer cabinetry; and limestone countertops. The brightly lit staircase connects two different atmospheres: the woodsy, cozy single-story open living area and the cool, comfortable sleeping quarters on the second level of the gable-roof construction.