Bainbridge Island House

Posted by Chris Blair   on June 14th, 2017

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BC&J Architecture featured in Architect Magazine video

Posted by jody   on June 1st, 2017

Stella Carosso and Peter Brachvogel, AIA were featured in a video on Architect Magazine website. 

Hear about the philosophy behind the design of BC&J homes. 

Click Here to watch the video. 

Final Piece of Point Monroe Family Compound Complete

Posted by jody   on September 27th, 2016

Bainbridge Island HouseFour years ago, we began the design process of the main house to align with the owner’s retirement and move back to the Seattle area from Chicago in 2015. See the boathouse and carriage house, designed in 2006, here. The boathouse drew attention and was featured in the Seattle Times. You can read the article here.

Although the Boathouse and Carriage House are more Pacific Northwest shingle in character, this time around the owners wanted a modern interpretation for the main house.  Now in 2016 – 10 years later – they are settled in, and their little “compound” has become the family gathering place for their three grown sons, their wives, and the owner’s grandchildren.

The main house is a contemporary interpretation of Northwest Regionalism in which dramatic waterfront conditions are complemented with aesthetic consideration of massing, materials and the embracing of natural light. Read the Seattle Times article about the main house here.

The interior spaces are highlighted in marble, steel, walnut, Sapele and limestone finishes.

Bainbridge Island House

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

Bainbridge Island House - Siegel Residence. Baingridge Island, Washington. Image license: BC & J Architecture. © Copyright 2016 Benjamin Benschneider All Rights Reserved. Usage may be arranged by contacting Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone: 206-789-5973.

 

 

BC&J Floating Home

Posted by jody   on July 30th, 2016

BC&J Architecture designed a floating home that is now located at its permanent location on the Willamette River in Portland. The home was constructed at a Marina an hour from the final home location. Upon completion, the home was floated up the Willamette River to the current site.

 

The homeowners were looking for a river side, cottage style house well suited to entertaining. At 2,100 square feet, the home has an open floor plan with a large kitchen opening to a dining room and the living room with views onto the river.

 

Upstairs, the master bedroom extends toward the river under a large centered dormer. On the opposite side of the master bedroom is a bonus room under a symmetrical dormer that will serve as guest quarters when adult children and grandchildren visit.

 

Portland Floating Home

 

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