This 1950s home was designed by formative Portland architect Wade Pipes. The warm home was exquisitely crafted and nestled in a park-like setting but the utilitarian rooms lacked cohesiveness.
The rooms that are the heart and soul of our daily movements – the kitchen, family room, entry, mudroom, bathrooms and outdoor patio – needed improvement to bring the home together. Using the original clean lined craftsmanship as an inspiration, we set out to create a whole house filled with beauty and warmth.
This home was designed by Emerick Architects