Tumble Creek

Built on a forested site on the east slopes of the Cascades, the design explores the intersection between landscape and living spaces. Main, primary, and guest wings are organized into three distinct structures intersected by a circulation axis. Moving through the house, a series of intimate landscaped courtyards are revealed between the structures. From the end of each wing, floor to ceiling windows frame views of the forest and river valley beyond. The house’s material palette is a subtle reflection of the stone, soil, bark, and wood found on the site. The home features a stone-clad fireplace, prefabricated timber structure, central light well, and cast-in-place concrete floors. Project designed while Les Eerkes was under the employ of Olson Kundig who is the Designer/Architect of Record.

Site:
Location:
42,610sf
Tumble Creek, Washington
Floor Area:
Main House 4,082sf, Garage 875sf
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