architecture: Bosworth Hoedemaker contractor: Willkens Construction landscape: Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects interiors: Margaret Mazurkiewicz Design
Before architects Tom Bosworth and Steve Hoedemaker of Bosworth Hoedemaker could build on a scrubby, debris-covered 22-acre lot on Guemes Island, Washington, they had to create the building site. Using the footprint of an old logging road, the architects and construction team created a sunlit meadow as a base for a main house and two cabins. GRAY ISSUE No. SIXTEEN
The DESIGN MAGAZINE for the Pacific Northwest.