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The house is a single-story residence with a basement, and views of Skagit Bay. The project reimagines the first level to transform the previously divided spaces into a large, open kitchen and dining area. An addition to the east side of the house provides spaces for the relocated and expanded study and laundry rooms, and […]

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June 28th, 2021

Preliminary Schematic Design for a new private residence with retreat capabilities on a 20-acre forested site in Darrington, WA. This preliminary design is focused on capturing the various view axis that exist on the site. The main living area focuses on the view axis framing Whitehorse Mountain to the South-West, while the lookout tower focuses […]

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June 28th, 2021

The owners of this 1924 farm house came to us with the idea of adding on a sunporch, adding a garage with ADU, renovating their basement, and addressing a laundry list of other “wants”. After working through a Master Plan process for the the entire project, they realized that they wouldn’t be able to afford […]

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September 9th, 2020

This summer home along the shore of Lake Cavanaugh was originally designed by Henry Klein/HKP in the early 1990’s. A small stream divides the site diagonally and the house is raised on posts to keep it above seasonal flooding of the lake and stream. The current owners of the home hired HKP to design an […]

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January 30th, 2017

This modular project built on the shores of Twin Lakes in Marysville is home to 50 families who were previously homeless.  Designed for Housing Hope and in collaboration with Designs Northwest, HKP Architects created a new community for families to enjoy their own permanent housing and take advantage of Housing Hope’s educational and childcare programs.  […]

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September 19th, 2016

A natural wood and rock peninsula jutting out into San Juan Channel which forms the most westerly piece of property on Shaw Island provides an idyllic setting for this 2,200 square foot private residence. The project entailed designing a new residence on the footprint of the original summer house, remodeling an existing garage into a […]

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February 5th, 2015

The site is a 100′ X 75′ city lot located in an older section of downtown Anacortes. The program was to provide a modern house containing approximately 2,000 sf. of living space, including living, dining, and kitchen space; a master bedroom suite and an office/library that could serve as a guest bedroom. In addition, a […]

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February 5th, 2015

The house is located on the western end of a sloping, fourteen acre site on Guemes Island, WA. Designed for year-round living, the house is composed in three parts. Large sliding glass doors open at the corners, bringing the outdoors into the living space. The extended roof plane shades the interior in the summer, while […]

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February 5th, 2015

This addition to a beautifully crafted house provides a guest room, bathroom and tub with a view and a series of interconnected decks and terraces. The sliding windows on the west wall hang from a curved barn door track affixed to the wall. The windows can be fully opened to bring the outside in.

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February 5th, 2015

The new 1100 SF summer house is located on the northeast side of Guemes Island. The house is sited to provide privacy and views of Bellingham Bay on the water side and entry court spaces connecting the existing cabin on the road side. The new cabin sits low on the site to allow views of […]

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February 2nd, 2015

The project is a new 3,000 square foot multi-purpose residential facility planned for use as a domestic violence shelter, transitional housing or semi-assisted living facility. Housing for up to sixteen residents from infants to elders in four suites, communal living spaces, and space for a live-in supervisor were required. Suites need to be flexible for […]

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January 30th, 2015

The Writer’s Stu­dio and Li­brary ad­di­tion con­nects to a mid-cen­tury ram­bler. The ex­ist­ing house is lo­cated within a beach com­mu­nity on a long nar­row lot on Kiket Bay. Work­ing within the prop­erty and shore­line re­stric­tions, the ad­di­tion is at­tached to the ex­ist­ing south fa­cade of the liv­ing room. A new open­ing cut into the wall […]

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January 29th, 2015

The founder of our firm, Henry Klein, designed this house in 1954. A few years later Henry completed an addition to the residence. The current owners wanted further expansion, maintaining as much of the original design as possible, while bringing the home up-to-date with modern finishes. The project brought two small additions, kitchen enlargement, enclosure […]

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January 29th, 2015