First Lamp Architecture and Construction agree with designed the Badger Mountain Dwelling in Richland, Washington.
Build of abode on the foot of Badger Mountain in Richland, Washington, this condominium attracts its construct affect from both the pure panorama and the comely lines of primitive Jap architecture. Whereas the project’s major aim is to answer to the rising family’s need for extra condominium, efforts to get dangle of the sweeping views of the Columbia River and join to the surrounding panorama give this residence its form and orientation. The predominant areas are aligned in a straightforward thought that is organized perpendicular to the slope of the hillside, minimizing residing affect and maximizing views to the north. The south-facing aspect of the residence opens to an delivery air pool and commentary condominium that affords views of the Height of Badger Mountain.
In ethical Brady Bunch style the need for the condominium was as soon as born out of two households coming together doubling the quantity of of us in the condominium in conjunction with a Father with two sons and a Wife with Two Daughters. The first tried to get a local architect that will almost certainly construct a latest residence in Richland Washington, nonetheless soon stumbled on they wanted to run 200 miles to Seattle to get the exact designers.
Bear blueprint include exposed concrete walls on the crude stage of the condominium, pure cedar transferring from exterior to inner blurring the lines between delivery air and indoors, aluminum solar monitors, Storage Door for guest/birthday party room that opens up to the cabana, Ventless delivery fireplace in the center of the large room, customized exposed metallic stair in family room, customized metallic and glass barn doorways in Master Bed room and mountainous cantilevered entry masks. Many sustainable points where utilized in conjunction with Rigid Board insulation on the delivery air of the sheathing to get a high R-Impress in the delivery air walls and in the reduction of thermal bridging, Safe insulated Fiberglass residence windows and doorways, Aesthetic Heated flooring and LED lighting.
Architect: First Lamp Architecture and Construction
Interior Bear: Mandy Callaway Interiors
Photography: Steve Keating and Taylor Callaway