This vacation home designed to be “net-zero” lies in a historic mining area in Washington State’s Cascade Mountains. The climate is extremely cold and snowy in the winter months and scorching in the summer. Situated in a master?planned resort community, the house blends sustainable modern architecture with reclaimed rustic materials. Repeat clients Ed and Joanne Ellis first hired Coates Design Architects for their home and primary residence on Bainbridge Island—the first LEED Platinum residence in Washington. They worked again with Coates Design who brought the same modern and sustainable design sensibilities to this vacation home intended to be a legacy piece for their extended family.
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“Tumble Creek Cabin / Coates Design Architects,” ArchDaily, August 22, 2018. https://www.archdaily.com/900440/tumble-creek-cabin-coates-design-architects