Skyline Residence

Nestled in the hills just to the west of Portland, this elegant home for a family of five is a good example of blending environmental building performance with aesthetics. Our clients requested an abundance of natural light, views from throughout the home to the yard to the south, uncompromised indoor air quality, the use of natural materials, and a home that would generate as much energy as it consumes on an annual basis. The home has achieved a LEED for Homes Platinum certification from the US Green Building Council. Quality craftsmanship is evident throughout from the interior finishes to the steel and wood stair railing.
Jeremy Bittermann Photography

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lclarsen1 added this to Bungalow Blowout Entryway1 December 2019

I like the concrete finished wall on the interior as an accent wall. It extends to match the exterior on a portion.

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