The three-story home is configured in a sawtooth plan to maximize views to the outdoors, daylighting, and natural ventilation. The stacking of floor levels preserved as much outdoor space as possible on the narrow 50-by-100-foot lot.
In the core of the home, the open great room allows for easy interactions between the kitchen, dining area, and living room.
The kitchen features a salvaged sink and cabinets made of reclaimed Douglas fir with repurposed hardware.
Large covered patios and porches can be used year-round and help facilitate social connectivity with neighbors.
Social spaces are located on the south end for daylighting and the occasional warmth of direct sunlight.