Check out the June/July issue of Western Art & Architecture; featuring our Watershed Straw Bale Residence and Canyon Road Bridge House projects.  The article, titled ‘Connectivity and Delight’, begins on page 88.  Writer Laurel Delp did a nice job capturing the priorities that have guided our practice for over 20 years, illustrated with two of our favorite projects.

We are happy to announce that our Fir St. Telluride project won the 2018 Fine Homebuilding Magazine Editor's Choice Award. Kudos to the great team!

To read more about this project, visit: https://www.arkintilt.com/fir-st-telluride

 

Our office/warehouse project in Eugene is nearing completion!  Here is a sampling of some of the salvaged materials:  

Ironwood siding from a dismantled deck, and salvaged corrugated off of the neighboring building,  metal signs as shingles, gymnasium flooring, “urbanite” (salvaged concrete) steps and benches, cross-laminated timber off-cuts used as stair treads.

Redwood Valley House after fire

On behalf of many of our clients, we are pleased to report that nearly all of our projects located adjacent to or within the recent wildfire zones in Northern California have survived.  Two strawbale projects in particular were directly in the line of fire, and both survived.

Principal Anni Tilt and Project Manager Jeff Day were team leaders for CASBA’s Hybrid Straw Bale Workshop held at the 30,000 sq. ft. mixed-use office and warehouse project we designed for Hummingbird Wholesale and multiple other tenants.  David Arkin was an instructor, along with CASBA veteran Jim Reiland of Many Hands Builders, and Erica Ann Bush of Day One Design.

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