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“The project entailed improvements to the building envelopes and updates to interior spaces, along with the inclusion of systems to make the home self-sufficient… Throughout the residence, nontoxic materials were chosen for furniture and finishes.”⁠ ⁠ Thrilled to see Loom House featured on Dezeen this week! Click here for the full article Learn more about this...
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Chris Hellstern, Miller Hull’s Living Building Challenge Services Director, recently wrote an article about the benefits Loom House has on the greater community for Green Building & Design Magazine. “While Loom House has been successful for our clients, it also had broader community benefits. With the clients’ commitment to equity in their transformational home renovation,...
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“Creating a Living Building is not necessarily more challenging than any other project, it is just that it demands we shift our thinking and revalue different aspects of our projects…”  Loom House gets a shout-out in Interior Design Magazine. Click here to read the article.   Learn more about this project here.
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“Like threads on a loom, Loom House began with a vision of weaving: in this instance, a weaving together of people. property and place…”  The Loom House gets some attention from the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce. Click here to read the article.   Learn more about this project here.
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“Clark Construction typically works in multifamily, mixed-use, commercial and high-end custom residential projects. It joined the reHOME team because sustainability is a big part of its business model, said company president Jeff Krueger. He said the industry needs to work harder to put to good use salvageable material from building projects. “What do you see...
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In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Coates Design highlights some of the history of the Morales Farm, where we are currently designing three houses for farm interns as part of The reHOME Project! Learning about the rich history of the Morales Farm and Asian Americans on Bainbridge Island is enlightening to...
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Our Loom House project is showcased beautifully in the May/June 2021 issue of Dwell Magazine. It certainly deserves attention as the first renovated residence in the world to achieve full Living Building Challenge certification by The International Living Future Insitute. “The hope is that the renovation will show how an older home can be interwoven...
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This recent article published in the Bainbridge Island Review discusses the formation of reHOME and our first project here on Bainbridge. Read the full article here
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Our historic Fort Worden project was featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce this past week. It is a fantastic article in which Signal Architecture shares their design process, the research, and intentionality behind this important project. “’While preservation is not without challenges, the opportunity to merge the historic and future lives of the buildings has been incredibly...
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The Chun’s newly completed home in Fletcher Bay conveys a compelling sense of place. The blend of modern and contemporary farmhouse architecture establishes a dialogue between traditionalism and present-tense sensibilities; in addition, the home was designed to harmoniously compliment and engage reciprocally with its landscape. The rich history of this Bainbridge Island property deeply contributes to...
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