Hood River House

This small house was designed as a retreat for a well-known artist and photographer. The materials are basic in an attempt to blend into the beautiful rugged setting. Thick walls are finished with white interior plaster and black exterior stucco. Natural wood is layered at the ceilings and extend to southward to shade the large windows. The floors are of radiantly heated concrete.  Supplemental heat is provided by a Danish wood stove. The roof extends to the east to cover a flagstone terrace for exterior gatherings and dining.

This house was published in the book

"Pacific Northwest Homes" and

featured in the Oregon Home

Magazine article, "Country Cabin,

Modern Design".