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OPPOSITE TOP: The double-height living area (with a mezzanine office at left) includes an array of low-voltage Cheers pendants by Tech Lighting and a sofa and club chairs customdesigned by interior designer Kim Dalton and manufactured by SR Drost in Scottsdale, Arizona. Opposite bottom: Beneath the cedar ceiling, in a glassed-in corner of the living area, a vintage Sam Maloof table and chairs offer a chance to soak up the light and views. Right: The homeowner and architect selected the log used for the custom live-edge mahogany dining table, which is paired with Seido walnut armchairs by McGuire Furniture. The concrete fireplace provides structural support to the house.

“i was all ears and all eyes. i wanted

to absorb and feel and discover what the architecture should be.’’ —Eddie Jones, architect

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GRAY No. 22  

The DESIGN MAGAZINE for the Pacific Northwest.

GRAY No. 22  

The DESIGN MAGAZINE for the Pacific Northwest.

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