The Fire Lookout House

The Fire Lookout House in California

This conceptual project that started out as a real one. A great client in California found our Seattle firm online, and hired Paul Michael Davis Architects to design him a new house to replace one that had burned down in one of the increasingly frequent wildfires here in the West.

Westlake Pool House in Ohio

Westlake Pool House in Ohio

Situated in the City of West Lake Hills, this pool house, swimming pool, spa, and terraced landscape use a unique sustainable design strategy employed by Murray Legge Architecture. Impervious cover and storm water run-off regulations within the city are very restrictive.

Canal House in Arizona

Canal House in Arizona

The Ranch Mine’s Canal House in Arizona was designed to create shade and privacy in a variety of settings. The courtyards act as living areas which are anchored by a rusted steel clad outdoor fireplace.

Pacific Center Campus Amenities Building, San Diego

Pacific Center Campus Amenities Building, San Diego

The PCCD building by designed architects BNIM is a highly interactive, porous facility: it connects employees to services that support wellbeing, to one another, and brings together the existing buildings. The program was derived from a visioning process that identified employees’ priorities and combined dining, training, exercise, and wellness services into a single building. The hall within the dining center is a transparent pavilion connected to dining terraces on the courtyard.

Harvey Clinic, Rogers, Arkansas Building

Harvey Clinic, Rogers, Arkansas Building

Situated in a fast-developing area of Rogers, this pediatric clinic establishes a strong landmark along South 52nd Street, the main commercial corridor in the area. The south façade forms an identity ‘billboard’, a cayenne form wraps the entire elevation at second level.